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Aldo Novarese

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Aldo Novarese – born 29.6.1920 in Pontetura Monferrato, Italy, died 16.9.1995 in Turin, Italy – type designer, teacher.


  • 1931-33: Attends the Scuola Arteri Stampatori in Turin, where he learns woodcut, copper engraving and lithography.
  • 1933-36: attends the Scuola Tipografica Guiseppe Vigliandi Paravia in Turin.
  • 1936: joins the Nebiolo type foundry in Turin as a draftsman.
  • 1938: is awarded a gold medal in the national Ludi Juveniles art competition.
  • 1948-58: teaches graphic drawing at the Scuola Vigliandi Paravia in Turin.
  • 1952 onwards: art director at the Nebiolo type foundry
  • 1956: is awarded a gold medal by the Milan trade fair and exhibitions center.
  • 1975: leaves the Nebiolo type foundry and starts working as a freelance type designer.
  • 1979: is awarded the Compasso d’Oro.

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