Born in 1934 in Asti, Piedmont. Graphic designer, photographer, and painter. He grew up in Venice, where he frequented the courses of the High School of Architecture from 1959. Since 1962, he also attended the High Course of Industrial Design, studying under Massimo Vignelli. He started working in 1963. Art director of Electa publishing house from 1966 to 1980. He also designed books for Marsilio, Alfieri, and Touring Club Italiano, for which he designed four book series. In 1960s and ’70s, he designed posters for the Italian Communist Party, the Proletarian Unity Party, and Proletarian Democracy. In 1982 he founded Albrizzi publishing house, while during the ’80s he also designed some campaigns for the Department of Culture of Venice. He died in 2011 in Venice, Veneto.