Carlo Fisanotti

Carlo Fisanotti (Fisa) devoted himself to design from 1929, when he worked in Paris for Cinematographie Francaise in the field of film propaganda. Until 1934, the year he returned to Italy, he worked with the important typographic studio Draeger Frères. In Turin, he was on the staff of designers at Gros Monti, and two years later, in 1936, he left the great Turin printing house to open his own studio. After the war, he devoted himself mainly to the design of packaging for sweets (Dufour in Genoa). The only two Italian posters were designed for Campari in 1949 and 1957. They are rare and interesting because of the modern and synthetic communication of the advertising message.

Posters by Carlo Fisanotti