Aldo Cosomati, born in Italy. Designed posters for the Underground Group 1922-1928
The Italian artist Aldo Cosomati spent five years in Zurich, where he studied drawing, printing, bookbinding and furniture design. He settled in London at the end of the First World War and began to specialise in commercial art. He was soon introduced to Harold Curwen, of the Curwen Press, by Tichard Temple. He produced work for him up until the 1970s.