Armando Milani (1940 , Milano) is an internationally acclaimed Italian graphic designer, in 1976 he moved to New York city to work with Massimo Vignelli at Vignelli Associates, where he worked major projects including the corporate identity programs of Lancia Automobiles and Ciga Hotels. In 1980 he opened another Milani Deisgn’s office in New York City.During his career, he served prestigious clients including DePadova, Montecatini Edison, Roche, Touring Club of Italy, and the United Nations designing many beautiful announcements, books, marks, and posters.From the beginning of the 21st century he started to focus more and more on social communication, dedicating himself to the illustration of posters aimed to direct the attention of the public on social themes with an international impact. In 2003 he dedicated to the United Nations a poster for the world peace, that has already become a world classic. 1983 became a member of the prestigious Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI), an elected group of the world's top designers. 1988 became a partner with DCM in Sao Paolo, Brazil. 1988 – present: teaches and delivers workshops on graphic design around the world.