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Museumjournaal, Serie 19 no1, 1974. Cover design by Frans Evenhuis
Museumjournaal, Serie 19 no1, 1974. Cover design by Frans Evenhuis

 

Museumjournaal, Serie 19 no1, 1974. Cover design by Frans Evenhuis
Museumjournaal, Serie 19 no1, 1974. Cover design by Frans Evenhuis
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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.