Camillo Olivetti, nel 1912 affida la realizzazione di un primo manifesto al pittore Teodoro Wolf Ferrari.

Letterology: The Olivetti Typewriter 1912 poster for the first Olivetti typewriter, by Teodoro Wolf Ferrari and featuring Italian poet Alighieri Dante at the typewriter.

#Olivetti Lettera 22 poster, designed by Raymond #Savignac. #1953

Lettera 22 Poster, Illustration Raymond Savignac, 1953 Go figure i'd visit Hawaii and my only souvenier would be some vintage ads and posters picked up from a shop, nothing island related.

carlo scarpa, olivetti showroom, venice 1957-58 by seier+seier, via Flickr

Completed in 1958 in Venice, Italy. The Olivetti Showroom by Carlo Scarpa has recently come full circle. In the late Adriano Olivetti commissioned Scarpa to design a display space.

Elea 9003 computer interface for Olivetti, Ettore Sottsass

Elea 9003 computer designed by Ettore Sottsass, Jr + Mario Tchou (engineer) for Olivetta S.

Con lo sviluppo del mercato dei personal computer, nel 1984 l'Olivetti adotta un marchio specifico per questi prodotti. Il marchio è riportato sia sulle macchine (per esempio M 24) che sulla documentazione e gli imballaggi.

Marchio Olivetti per i personal computer

Olivetti Lettera 32 (c. 1963): Many, many years ago Dad had an Olivetti very similar to this one. It was light weight and well made, performed flawlessly and was so pleasing because I could see exactly how it worked.

Olivetti Lettera 32 (c. Many, many years ago Dad had an Olivetti very similar to this one. It was light weight and well made, performed flawlessly and was so pleasing because I could see exactly how it worked.

Olivetti Valentine Typewriter by Ettore: almost a pity that typewriters have no purpose these days as I'd love an excuse to buy one of these.

A look at an Italian design classic, the collectable Valentine Typewriter, designed by Ettore Sottsass for Olivetti in

Olivetti Programma 101 (Desktop Computer), 1965

Olivetti Programma 101 (First Desktop Computer), 1965

Olivetti P101, my very first computer

Programma The very first desktop personal commercial computer, " produced by the Italian company Olivetti and invented by the Italian engineer Pier Giorgio Perotto and launched in

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