Pirelli, Rivista d’informazione e di tecnica, vol 22, no 1-3, 1969

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‘Renato Guttuso, a great friend of Arrigo Castellani, dedicated this drawing to his memory. Of Castellani, who passed away last December, who was director of the magazine as well as head of the Press and Advertising department of Pirelli, the magazine features a series of articles, testimonies and memories of friends and collaborators, accompanied by extensive documentation on his activities.’

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Pirelli , Rivista d'informazione e di tecnica, vol 22, no 1-3, 1969. Cover design by Renato Guttuso
Pirelli, Rivista d’informazione e di tecnica, vol 22, no 1-3, 1969. Cover design by Renato Guttuso
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