Ezio Bonini’s 1950s Advertisements for Linoleum scanned from Gebrauchsgraphik, 08, 1954

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Ezio Bonini’s 1950s Advertisements for Linoleum

Ezio Bonini’s work for “Società del Linoleum” in Milan, showcasing advertisements designed for various Italian newspapers aimed at expanding the linoleum market

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