"Italian Graphic Design" is a series of six encounters about graphic design and visual communication in Italy in the 20th century. Six chapters of a possible history of Italian graphic design, conceived in order to understand the role of graphic designers in giving shape and identity to Italy’s social, economic and cultural landscape. In the fifth event of the series, Carlo Vinti and Jeremy Aynsley will talk about the relationship between graphic design and industry, from advertising to instruction manuals, from corporate image to informative leaflets.

Graphic Design and Industry

Carlo Vinti
2018-01-01

Abstract

"Italian Graphic Design" is a series of six encounters about graphic design and visual communication in Italy in the 20th century. Six chapters of a possible history of Italian graphic design, conceived in order to understand the role of graphic designers in giving shape and identity to Italy’s social, economic and cultural landscape. In the fifth event of the series, Carlo Vinti and Jeremy Aynsley will talk about the relationship between graphic design and industry, from advertising to instruction manuals, from corporate image to informative leaflets.
2018
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