In 1968, Container Corporation of America commissioned a series of artworks entitled "Aspects of New York City" that celebrated the beauty and vitality of New York. It donated these posters to the city, and they were displayed in parks and subways and other public areas. Designed by artist Giulo Cittato, this poster was one of the posters in this series. It recognizes Lincoln Center and its contribution to the city. In this energetic abstract design of white shapes against a red background, one can visualize dancers performing pirouettes and jetes on the stage. If you love Lincoln Center, you'll want this poster, as it captures perfectly the energy and excitement of dance performances there.
Giulo Cittato (1936-1986) was born in Venice. After graduating from Venice University, he worked in Milan and later moved to the US where he worked for, among other companies, Container Corporation of America before returning to Venice and continuing his work there as a graphic designer.