Alfieri & Lacroix Advertisement designed by Franco Grignani. Scanned from Gebrauchsgraphik 04, 1962

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Advertisements for Alfieri & Lacroix by Franco Grignani

Franco Grignani (1908-1999) was one of the twentieth century’s most important Italian graphic designers. Scanning the inner pages of Gebrauchsgraphik 04, 1962, I have managed to collate a selection of the advertisements created in the 1950s and early 1960s, showcasing his groundbreaking design work.

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