The Life Negroni inspires original poster art

These limited-edition poster arts have been designed and created by the team at Spinach, and are inspired by our latest book The Life Negroni. The Negroni, we feel, is much more than a simple cocktail. It took on the world of art, design, fashion, music, cinema, politics, poetry – the Italian Futurists, the avant-garde.

The seven letters, three spirits, slice of orange, and clear ice that composes the Negroni inspires one print. Another interprets the drinks legend Gary Regan’s famous DNA Negroni. Elsewhere mixologist Colin Field’s Negroni stirred high in the sky and abroad the A380 forms the basis for the inspired graphics.

Have a look on The Life Negroni website to view the full collection and descriptions. These original prints are available to purchase exclusively from us here where you can also buy a copy of the book.

The book, incidentally, has been receiving generous reviews from some of the leading magazines including Time Out who wrote ‘be warned: this is a gripping read’ and The Spectator which called it ‘an album, a love letter, a guide, a memoir and a rich source of graphic delight’. One of our favourite editorials is from the aesthete and design critic Stephen Bayley who compared it to Luc Sante’s epic No Smoking published by Assouline in 2004, and a masterpiece of a book in every sense. We are honoured.

For a teaser visit here.

Negroni Metropolis

The Good Life

DNA Negroni V1

Air France Negroni
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