Through more than sixty masterpieces created between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries and the publication of a catalog, one of the great moments of art in Spain was reviewed.
The immersion in this period of the history of art has led us to investigate those first printed books, also dating from this period. In the works of Aldo Manucio's printing house, many of the resources that have shaped the book as we know it today can already be found. This is the starting point for the design of the exhibition graphics and the Signum catalogue, where, respecting at all times the work of the master typographers, an updated revision of the Renaissance book has been proposed. This inspiration is completed with the exclusive use of the “Bembo” typeface family devised by Francesco Griffo in 1495 for one of the Manucio printed books and taken up again in 1929 by Monotype.