About this poster
In this fine art Deco poster advertisement for Campari created in 1927 by the Art Deco master Marcello Nizzoli, every element is in perfect balance: from the scarlet contents of bottle and glass to the blue soda bottle, from the splash of the water in the glass to the reflective table top. This is one of the most spectacular Italian still life posters ever created, very decorative and highly collectible.
Artist: Marcello Nizzoli
The very creative and versatile Italian artist Marcello Nizzoli lived from 1887 until 1969 and worked as a painter, decorator, textile designer and graphic designer. Nizzoli was an architect by training and began his advertising career with the Maga agency in 1924. Many of the posters he designed were for Italian automobile companies. Nizzoli was a bold artist with a unique, strong sense of composition. This was a... more
The very creative and versatile Italian artist Marcello Nizzoli lived from 1887 until 1969 and worked as a painter, decorator, textile designer and graphic d ...
- Poster No.: 1486
- Company: Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A., Mailand, IT
- Printer: Arti Grafiche Chiattone Milano
- Size: 130 x 92 cm / 51.2 x 36.2″
- Printing technique:Lithograph in colours
Excellent condition. Picture preserved completely. Wrinkles and small tears, if any, restricted to edges. Mounted on acid-free Japanese vellum.
- Publications:Drink Posters
Il Manifesto Italiano
La Grafica per l’Aperitivo
Museum für Gestaltung Zürich - Poster Collection 1 - Revue 1926
Storia della Comunicazione dell’Industria Lombarda 1881 - 1945
The Art Deco Poster
Vetrina del Ventennio 1923 / 1943