Il y en a pfiou !!!
Typewriter “Olivetti Studio 42” designed by the Bauhaus-alumni Alexander Schawinsky in 1936
Xanti Schawinsky (Amercian, born in Switzerland, 1904-1979)
Giovanni Pintori, Olivetti poster, 1954
Olivetti, promotional poster by Giovanni Pintori, 1949.
Olivetti, promotional poster by Giovanni Pintori, 1954
Poster der Olivetti Ausstellung, Design Roberto Pieracini.
Olivetti Logo by Xanti Schawinsky, 1934
Olivetti promotional poster for typewriter Valentine (colored in Valentine Red), graphic design : Egidio Bonfante, 1970. Product design by Ettore Sottsass, 1969
Olivetti, Valentine typewriter, 1969
Herbert Bayer, Olivetti poster, 1953
piet mondrian inspired olivetti underwood typewriter
Paul Rand, Olivetti poster for typewriter lettera 22, 1953
Xanti Schawinsky, Olivetti shop in Turin, 1935.
The work was done by a decorator, a Bauhaus student called Xanti Schawinsky, who condensed the finest and most significant elements of European Rationalism in his work. Only very rarely, especially in Italy, have we seen a similar work in which the purity of design, the appropriate use of materials and the balanced forms surpass the genre of the project to become worthy of consideration as a work of art.
Giovanni Pintori, cover design for a record Musica per PArole | Music for Words, promotion for the typewriter lettera 22, 1950s
Giovanni Pintori, advertising campaign for the Olivetti range with the interesting claim “machines for bookkeeping”, 1962
Giovanni Pintori, advertising for Olivetti, 1958
Milton Glaser, poster for Olivetti, 1977. Via Cooper Hewitt
Poster for the typewriter Valentine by Sottsass, 1969. Unknown artist. Olivetti.
Walter Balmer, poster design for Olivetti, 1968. Photo Serge Libiszewski
Anna Monika Jost, poster design, 1966. lng. C. Olivetti & C.S.p.A., Ivrea, Italy
Ettore Sottsass, logo design for the electronical division of Olivetti, late 1950s. Italy. Foto Elisabetta Mori.
Une petite dernière mais il y en a encore beaucoup :)
Walter Ballmer, poster design for Olivetti, 1972