Franco loved inserting his family into some personal greeting cards or works for A&L, but with discretion, sometimes in an almost invisible way, as he was used to doing for his signatures on ads.
In these pics, the silhouettes or the names of Jeanne, Franco, Daniela, Manuela Grignani appear at the top or in the middle of the main image.
His first daughter, Daniela, appears portrayed by her father in many photo experiments and ads of the 50s and the 60s. Daniela started posing very early, when she was a baby in an ad for Montecatini, and then around 6/7 years old for the Mondadori editions; her classmates, fascinated by the effect of those very particular photos, asked Franco to be photographed and he, with great patience, satisfied them all! Thus in a short time, Daniela became a sort of “icon” of Franco Grignani, at the point that remembering the famous philosopher and friend Marshall McLuhan, which they met in Carbondale, Illinois, at the first World Congress on New Challenges to Human Communication (“Vision 65“), he recalled: “Every time we met he said to me: what a beautiful daughter, she seems a Modigliani”.
Eventually, the second daughter, Manuela, appears in these images:
[*] courtesy of Daniela Grignani
 CAST, courtesy of Alessandro Colizzi
 Veder bene, courtesy of Bonifacio Pontonio
 AIAP / CDPG Centro di Documentazione sul Progetto Grafico: 1 & 2, courtesy of Lorenzo Grazzani
 Archivio Fotografico Il Ponte Casa d’Aste, courtesy of Paola Colombo
 Design is fine, courtesy of Andrea Riegel
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