Giulio Confalonieri (Milano, 1926 – Milano, 2008) was, after the second world war, one of the leading exponents of the Swiss school in Italy. With a style with a high-impact graphic sign, usually in black and white, and featured in the composition by gimmicks designed to create a dynamic tension and contrast between positive and negative elements. He produces various advertising posters for Pirelli and for the Triennale of Milan. He also worked as a consultant, for the Publisher Lerici and, acting as art director for magazines FMR, Art Esquire, Towns, Graphics, Imago and PM. He has received many awards, including the premio Bodoni of Parma, the gold medal at the XI and XV Milan Triennale, and the honorary diploma Typomundus of New York «for the exceptional contribution to the development of twentieth century graphic art». Some of the works of Confalonieri are exhibited at the MoMA in New York, the Museum of Modern Art in Paris and the Museum of modern art in Vienna.