In 2013 the late São Paulo based imprint Cosac Naify* published a new version of the Aesop’s Fables: Esopo. Fábulas Completas. For this publication 383 fables were translated from Greek (by Maria Celeste C. Dezzotti), including some fables hitherto unknown in Brazil. The book, designed by Flávia Castanheira, was beautifully illustrated by Eduardo Berliner, giving to the Aesop’s fables a contemporary interpretation.
The text was set in Eduardo Berliner’s typeface Pollen, with Dala Floda by Paul Barnes used for the title and headings.
*Cosac Naify closed in 2016 but Amazon took over the vast catalogue of the publishing house and the books are now available through Amazon.com.br.