Collection by Jordan Kushins

Salone Posters

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In the beginning, there was Italy. When a handful of furniture manufacturers formed Cosmit in 1961, Salone Internazionale del Mobile was conceived to promote homegrown talent. In the subsequent half-century, the Milano fair went über-international and has since become the biggest design spectacle of the year. Here, we take a look back at how the graphic identity of the event has evolved. Buon compleanno, Salone!

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1961, Camillo Pizzigoni.
1962, Studio Becheroni-Marotta.
1963, Studio Becheroni-Marotta.
1964, Studio Becheroni-Marotta.
1965, Studio Becheroni-Marotta.
1966, Alberto Longhi.
1967, Alberto Longhi.
1970, Alberto Longhi.
1971, Alberto Longhi.
1972, Alberto Longhi.
1973, Alberto Longhi.
1974, Alberto Longhi.
1976 Alberto Longhi.
1977, Alberto Longhi.
1978, Alberto Longhi.
1979, Alberto Longhi.
1980, Alberto Longhi.
1981, Alberto Longhi.
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