The Golden Age of Italian Travel Posters
From the 1920s through the 1960s, well-known artists of the time, such as Mario Puppo, A.M. Cassandre, and Mario Borgoni, among others, dedicated their creative talent to promoting and increasing tourism in Italy. Although their styles were different, all of them contributed to the creation of a remarkable body of design work we now know as the golden age of Italian travel posters.
Organized by region, this passport to Italy features over 160 vintage full-color posters from 1920 through 1960 commissioned by the Italian State Tourism Board and the Italian State Railways and owned by the Bellenda Collection of Alassio.
Written and designed by Lorenzo Ottaviani
Published worldwide by Abrams and in Italy by Ippocampo.