Carlo Vivarelli was born on May 8th, 1919 in Zurich, Switzerland. Vivarelli went to the art at the School of Arts and Crafts in Zurich. In 1939, he went to Paris to visit several art school and spent some time with well known graphic artist, Paul Colin. He mentioned that spending time with Paul Colin was not of any great use. In 1946, he was hired by Studio Boggeri in Milan as an art director. A year after, he moved back to Zurich to establish his own studio. In the 1950′s he started to paint. His work was exhibited in various occasions in Zurich. In 1958, he took part along side with Hans Neuburg and Richard Lohse in the Konstruktive grafik exhibition at the Zurich Kunstgewerbemuseum. Hans Neuburg compliment his work ” consistency full of responsibility. In 1960′s, he began to do sculpture. He is co-publisher and co-editor of the graphic art review New Graphic Design. His design, art and sculpture always look precise. It’s a rare talent to be able conquer the world of typography, painting and sculpture.
Source: This is DisplayMuseum of Design Zurich Archive