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AGI Italy

Italian chapter of Alliance Graphique Internationale @agigraphic — Paolo Tassinari Is AGI Italy’s president.

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Farinella Love, Carnival of Putignano Poster, 2019 by Mauro Bubbico

With the carnival of Viareggio, Venice and Acireale, Putignano is one of the most important Italian carnivals.
The mask represented is inspired by an imaginary popular character from Putignano, nicknamed "A’ Far’nod "(Farinella), He was a farmer. The first official poster with the representation of the Mask of Farinella was designed by the "painter of newspapers" Mimmo Castellano (1932-2015, AGI member since 1980) in 1953.
Dino Parrotta, a local actor, started a research about this character and give him an identity.
From this point Mauro Bubbico analyzed the project and the research and reinterpreted the story adding a mysterious young lady in black.

Farinella Love, Carnival of Putignano Poster, 2019 by Mauro Bubbico With the carnival of Viareggio, Venice and Acireale, Putignano is one of the most important Italian carnivals. The mask represented is inspired by an imaginary popular character from Putignano, nicknamed "A’ Far’nod "(Farinella), He was a farmer. The first official poster with the representation of the Mask of Farinella was designed by the "painter of newspapers" Mimmo Castellano (1932-2015, AGI member since 1980) in 1953. Dino Parrotta, a local actor, started a research about this character and give him an identity. From this point Mauro Bubbico analyzed the project and the research and reinterpreted the story adding a mysterious young lady in black. - 4 days ago

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Knowing & Printing.19 - Graphics and Design. Project and Context
Presentation of the 2020 Antezza Calendar Storie a colori by Mauro Bubbico and preview of Segni Migranti by Mario Cresci, Postcart publisher
6 December 2019 Friday - 4.30pm
Teatro Quaroni, piazza Montegrappa
Borgo La Martella, Matera
Speakers: Mauro Bubbico, Mario Cresci, Rita Orlando, Jonathan Pierini, Rossella Tarantino, Marco Tortoioli Ricci

Antezza Tipografi with Open Design School, Matera-Basilicata Foundation 2019, Aiap, Isia Urbino

Knowing & Printing.19 - Graphics and Design. Project and Context Presentation of the 2020 Antezza Calendar Storie a colori by Mauro Bubbico and preview of Segni Migranti by Mario Cresci, Postcart publisher 6 December 2019 Friday - 4.30pm Teatro Quaroni, piazza Montegrappa Borgo La Martella, Matera Speakers: Mauro Bubbico, Mario Cresci, Rita Orlando, Jonathan Pierini, Rossella Tarantino, Marco Tortoioli Ricci Antezza Tipografi with Open Design School, Matera-Basilicata Foundation 2019, Aiap, Isia Urbino - 7 days ago

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@studiomut 💥 Studio Mut Talk & Workshop at Hochschule Düsseldorf @hsd_design
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Thomas is heading to Düsseldorf next week and will most probably talk about colour, behind-the-scenes poster sketches, graphic design heroes and «7 super important ideas that will change your life.» Plus: The Christmas card design workshop! Talk: Tuesday, 3. December, at 18.00. —
Poster designed by Joelle Schonhoff @joelle_schonhoff & Daniel Hermes @_danielhermes_ 🐎
#studiomut #agi_italy #agigraphic @agigraphic #duesseldorf #talk #workshop

@studiomut 💥 Studio Mut Talk & Workshop at Hochschule Düsseldorf @hsd_design — Thomas is heading to Düsseldorf next week and will most probably talk about colour, behind-the-scenes poster sketches, graphic design heroes and «7 super important ideas that will change your life.» Plus: The Christmas card design workshop! Talk: Tuesday, 3. December, at 18.00. — Poster designed by Joelle Schonhoff @joelle_schonhoff & Daniel Hermes @_danielhermes_ 🐎 #studiomut #agi_italy #agigraphic @agigraphic #duesseldorf #talk #workshop - 9 days ago

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Gio Ponti exhibition at @museomaxxi, Rome —opening on 26 November

Graphic of the exhibition, catalogue and Communication by @leonardosonnoli 
#agi_italy #agigraphic @agigraphic #gioponti #maxxi

Gio Ponti exhibition at @museomaxxi , Rome —opening on 26 November Graphic of the exhibition, catalogue and Communication by @leonardosonnoli #agi_italy #agigraphic @agigraphic #gioponti #maxxi - 12 days ago

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Over the past few years we have grown more sensitive to the reality of our climate and environment, but when we face reality, what we are doing isn't enough. We owe it to our children and their future to do more; our time is running out.

Armando Milani, poster for Taranto

Over the past few years we have grown more sensitive to the reality of our climate and environment, but when we face reality, what we are doing isn't enough. We owe it to our children and their future to do more; our time is running out. Armando Milani, poster for Taranto - 21 days ago

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“Pagina" magazine edited by Bruno Alfieri. Cover by Pino Tovaglia, 1963

“Pagina" magazine edited by Bruno Alfieri. Cover by Pino Tovaglia, 1963 - 1 month ago

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@studiomut Exhibition in Madrid: «Los Súper-Carteles De Studio Mut» ✨ 
Inaugurates November 12th at 7.30 PM at Centro Cultural Galileo Madrid, BUT is open before that: from 5th November till December 12 
On display: A selection of posters and some catalogues and books —
Curated by Mario Piazza and @davidgilvd 
Part of #madridgrafica2019 
Con il patrocinio di AIAP @aiap_ita —
Poster: David Gil + Studio Mut

#studiomut #exhibition #madrid #centroculturalgalileo @agigraphic #agigraphic #agi_italy

@studiomut Exhibition in Madrid: «Los Súper-Carteles De Studio Mut» ✨ Inaugurates November 12th at 7.30 PM at Centro Cultural Galileo Madrid, BUT is open before that: from 5th November till December 12 On display: A selection of posters and some catalogues and books — Curated by Mario Piazza and @davidgilvd Part of #madridgrafica2019 Con il patrocinio di AIAP @aiap_ita — Poster: David Gil + Studio Mut #studiomut #exhibition #madrid #centroculturalgalileo @agigraphic #agigraphic #agi_italy - 1 month ago

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Poster for Parma Film Festival 2019, 22nd edition. Concept has a hidden tribute to one of the greatest Italian directors, born in Parma in 1941. 
Designed by AGI Italy member @pierodibiase @thinkworkobserve 
Typeface Favorit by AGI members @abcdinamo 
#agigraphic #agi_italy #thinkworkobserve #designedbytwo #thinkworkobserve #parmafilmfestival #invenzionidalvero

Poster for Parma Film Festival 2019, 22nd edition. Concept has a hidden tribute to one of the greatest Italian directors, born in Parma in 1941. Designed by AGI Italy member @pierodibiase @thinkworkobserve Typeface Favorit by AGI members @abcdinamo #agigraphic #agi_italy #thinkworkobserve #designedbytwo #thinkworkobserve #parmafilmfestival #invenzionidalvero - 2 months ago

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Riccardo Manzi, Silence is hard. 1965 
Book in a numbered edition consisting of approximately 120 pages xerographically reproduced with Rank Xerox 919.

Riccardo Manzi (1913-1993) trained in Naples. He worked for editorial departments of various papers in Rome and Milan. His experience in the newspaper world inspired him to do a series of cartoons portraying the contemporary world. His approach is frequently humorous, like on the advertisement for a Milanese restaurant. Later he devoted much of his time to painting and advertising. Since 1953, his work has been exhibited at various galleries in Milan, Rome, Modena, Parma and La Spezia.

AGI member since 1956

#agi_italy @agigraphic #riccardomanzi #pirelli #advertising #design
#alliancegraphiqueinternationale

Riccardo Manzi, Silence is hard. 1965 Book in a numbered edition consisting of approximately 120 pages xerographically reproduced with Rank Xerox 919. Riccardo Manzi (1913-1993) trained in Naples. He worked for editorial departments of various papers in Rome and Milan. His experience in the newspaper world inspired him to do a series of cartoons portraying the contemporary world. His approach is frequently humorous, like on the advertisement for a Milanese restaurant. Later he devoted much of his time to painting and advertising. Since 1953, his work has been exhibited at various galleries in Milan, Rome, Modena, Parma and La Spezia. AGI member since 1956 #agi_italy @agigraphic #riccardomanzi #pirelli #advertising #design #alliancegraphiqueinternationale - 2 months ago

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When Albe Steiner died two years ago, it was not only an enormous and irreparable loss to his family but also to the whole design profession. I have known him as one of the first Italian members of the AGI and valued his friendship as much as his general design abilities, his total dedication to design, both in application and education. He loved to experiment and innovate in two and three dimensions. 
But this was not all. He saw design as a way of life and as a way of infiuencing the environment and through it, people themselves. It was no coincidence that he was politically involved and could almost see that design might be one of the means to achieve desired ends. Design is an ordering activity or otherwise expressed, it is a way of reducing the chaos you find by putting a little order into it, through simplification and unification, and possibly by dramatic, highlighting of things that matter at the expense of those which matter less and eliminating others which do not matter at all.

I met him last with his wife at the AGI congress in Poland and i remember how they showed me, during a long bus trip through the Polish landscape, a most lovingly compiled, designed and written publication on design with countless illustrations, in the hope that this publication, consisting of many pages, could be a tool of learning about design, understanding and appreciating it and eventually be the basis of a correspondence course. Those of our AGI colleagues and myself who saw this were filled with great admiration by this painstaking and dedicated work which was compiled jointly with his wife, Lica.

I feel Albe’s greatest contribution was to show the way in which designers can help to overcome this dilema, how they can make an essential contribution to bring about change and make it acceptable in human and social terms.

London, March 1977
FHK Henrion – AGI International President 1968-70
AGI International Interim President 1976

#agigraphic #albesteiner #agi_italy

When Albe Steiner died two years ago, it was not only an enormous and irreparable loss to his family but also to the whole design profession. I have known him as one of the first Italian members of the AGI and valued his friendship as much as his general design abilities, his total dedication to design, both in application and education. He loved to experiment and innovate in two and three dimensions. But this was not all. He saw design as a way of life and as a way of infiuencing the environment and through it, people themselves. It was no coincidence that he was politically involved and could almost see that design might be one of the means to achieve desired ends. Design is an ordering activity or otherwise expressed, it is a way of reducing the chaos you find by putting a little order into it, through simplification and unification, and possibly by dramatic, highlighting of things that matter at the expense of those which matter less and eliminating others which do not matter at all. I met him last with his wife at the AGI congress in Poland and i remember how they showed me, during a long bus trip through the Polish landscape, a most lovingly compiled, designed and written publication on design with countless illustrations, in the hope that this publication, consisting of many pages, could be a tool of learning about design, understanding and appreciating it and eventually be the basis of a correspondence course. Those of our AGI colleagues and myself who saw this were filled with great admiration by this painstaking and dedicated work which was compiled jointly with his wife, Lica. I feel Albe’s greatest contribution was to show the way in which designers can help to overcome this dilema, how they can make an essential contribution to bring about change and make it acceptable in human and social terms. London, March 1977 FHK Henrion – AGI International President 1968-70 AGI International Interim President 1976 #agigraphic #albesteiner #agi_italy - 2 months ago

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Advertising for La Rinascente store in Milan.
First and cover booklet in blue and yellow on transparent plastic, 1952.
by Albe Steiner (1913-1974) 
AGI member since 1955

#agigraphic #agi_italy #albesteiner #larinascente

Advertising for La Rinascente store in Milan. First and cover booklet in blue and yellow on transparent plastic, 1952. by Albe Steiner (1913-1974) AGI member since 1955 #agigraphic #agi_italy #albesteiner #larinascente - 2 months ago

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