Postcard Artists and Illustrators <<>> Alberto Fabio Lorenzi, 1880-1969, Italian <> Lorenzi primarily worked as a graphic artist and textile designer in Paris. He created posters and covers for magazines such as Jugend in an Art Nouveau style. Many of these illustrations were eroticized. After the First World War he was influenced by Art Deco and produced fashion plates in pochoir, many of which were turned into postcards. He signed his work Fabius.
Simplicissimus Cover,july 1924 by Karl Arnold . Simplicissimus’s artists and writers were persecuted by the Nazis, and the magazine itself was strong-armed into a pro-Nazi stance before it was shut down in 1944.