Marcello Nizzoli, painter, architect, pupil of the futurist Sant’Elia, distinguished himself above all in advertising (he collaborated with the Maga agency and with Studio Boggeri) and in design. Evidence of him for Campari dates back to the mid-1920s, subverting the perspective of the previous poster design, a gaze evidently influenced by Cubism and Rationalism. Lithographic print, specimen on canvas in excellent condition
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