Depero’s Campari Bottle

Date
2 June 2009
Reading Time
1 minute read

Fortunato Depero (1892-1960) was probably the one person of the futuristic movement that experimented most with commercial art, typography and photo collages. One of his most known works is the small Campari bottle designed in 1932. The bottle is still in production, and if you buy the eight pack you will get it with a new cardboard box which looks pretty much like any other soda packaging these days. The bottle is nice though.

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