Language: Italy English
Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 23.6 x 1.7 cm
Release Date: 1983
Designer: Massimo Dradi
Editor: Carlo Pirovano
Campo Grafico, Rivista di Estetica e di Tecnica Grafica, was Italy’s premiere, independent printing, typography and graphic design journal of the 1930s. 66 issues were published in Milan from January 1933 to May 1939. Under the direction (Direttore Responsabile, until February 1935) of Attilio Rossi (1909–1994), more than 20 original “campisti” or founding members designed and printed the journal as a reaction to the growing tensions of nationalism and conservatism in the printing industries. Campo Grafico pioneered a platform for discussions about the ideals of the European avant-garde while experimenting with functionalism, grids, asymmetry, white-space, photomontage and offset printing processes.
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