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Graffiti Murals Lungo Dora Napoli – Gaza Libera – Torino, IT

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© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Mongoose Mural – ROA Street Art – Torino, IT

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Vintage Costadoro Coffee Poster – Torino, IT

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© Frank H. Jump

In 1890, Commander Oreste Beccuti opened the Costadoro coffee shop in Via Pietro Micca, which soon became a focal point for all lovers of quality coffee in the city of Turin. – Costadoro Website

Three Mannikins – via Garibaldi – Torino, IT

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Vhils Portrait Mural – Via Nizza, Torino

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Suini – Il Meglio, Da Pazzi -Swine – The Best, It’s Crazy! – Torino, IT

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© Frank H. Jump

How much is that sausage in the window?

Festival Mozart Torino – July 2014

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© Frank H. Jump

Lavazza Illuminated Sign – Torino, IT

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Poster Museum Collection

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Un Bicchiere di Vino Con Erminio – Grande Asportazione Vini – Erminio – Corso San Maurizio – Torino, IT

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  • A Glass of Wine with Erminio – NUOK

Featured Fade – Birra Itala Pilsen – Via Angarano, Bassano del Grappa (VI) – Diego D’Alba

Bassano del Grappa – Vicenza © Diego D’Alba

Birra Itala Pilsen

[Founded] in 1890, Padua Beer Cappellari recognized in 1916 by Rag. Henry Olivieri. In 1919, after the merger of Cappellari beer with beer Maura, a second factory in Padua, and [with] the input of the partner Giovanni Battista Fridge, the name was changed to Birra Itala Pilsen… History of Italian Beer

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Super Collection – Italian Beer Part Three

“Birra Itala Pilsen,” a vintage advertising poster by Leonetto Cappiello c. 1920 – CLICK FOR LARGE IMAGE

Leonetto Cappiello (9. April 1875 in Livorno, Italy – 2. February 1942 in Cannes, France) was an Italian poster artdesigner who lived in Paris. He is now often called ‘the father of modern advertising’ because of his innovation in poster design. The early advertising poster was characterized by a painterly quality as evidenced by early poster artists Jules Chéret, Alfred Choubrac and Hugo D’Alesi. Cappiello, like other young artists, worked in way that was almost the opposite of his predecessors. He was the first poster artist to use bold figures popping out of black backgrounds, a startling contrast to the posters early norm. – Wikipedia

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