George Giusti, an Italian-born and educated designer, first established a professional practice in Switzerland and later, in the United States. Giusti’s unique designs became widely praised covers for publications such as Fortune, Holiday, Modern Packaging, Graphis, and Time. With multidisciplinary talents, Giusti also created sculptures, metalwork and designed several architectural projects reflecting his eclectic aesthetic of refined modernism. This is the sixth title in the Graphic Design Archives Chapbook Series. This series celebrates the achievements of key design pioneers whose work is held in the Cary Graphic Arts Collection at RIT Libraries. From the inaugural acquisition in 1986, RIT’s holdings have grown to include the work of 36 significant American graphic designers, active from the 1920s to the 1950s.