The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester

Anselmo Ballester (Rome 1897-1974) is the founder of cinema-advertising, of which he’s still one of the master with over three thousand billboards created and preserved. Endowed with a brilliant creativity and wit, he was a illustrator, decorator and a scene, commercial, fashion and interior designer, and also a landscape and holy-art painter - In collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University). At Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012.
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"Tempi moderni" (Modern time) by Charlie #Chaplin - billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Tempi moderni" (Modern time) by Charlie #Chaplin - billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"La rosa nera" (The Black Rose) by Henry Hathaway - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"La rosa nera" (The Black Rose) by Henry Hathaway - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Verso il sole" (På solsidan) by Gustaf Molander - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Verso il sole" (På solsidan) by Gustaf Molander - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Nina Petrovna" by Viktor Tourjansky - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Nina Petrovna" by Viktor Tourjansky - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Il mondo vuole così" by Giorgio Bianchi - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

"Il mondo vuole così" by Giorgio Bianchi - Billboard by Anselmo Ballester

#Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012: The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester - in collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University).

#Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012: The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester - in collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University).

#Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012: The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester - in collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University).

#Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012: The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester - in collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University).

#Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012: The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester - in collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University).

#Mercanteinfiera Spring 2012: The cinema in the big “cartellonismo” of Anselmo Ballester - in collaboration with CSAC (Center for Communication Studies and Archive of Parma University).

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