Schellen-Ursli Carigiet on display Culture ... Print comment Open popup to share Share: share on twitter share on facebook send by e-mail more... See in other languages: 5 See in other languages: 5 Languages: 5 (de) Über Schellen-Ursli hinaus (fr) Le travail d’Alois Carigiet exposé (it) Alois Carigiet in mostra a Zurigo (ja) アロイス・カリジェ展 (ru) «Не только сказка про Урсли...» Alois Carigiet designed over 100 posters, some of which are shown in the exhibition. In the foreground, showcase display of drafts for the magazine "Schweizer Spiegel”.Photograph: Swiss National Museum. © Heirs of Alois Carigiet Cornichon poster by Alois Carigiet, 1938. Alois Carigiet co-founded the Cabaret Cornichon in 1934. He designed the cornichon bird as the cabaret’s signet for posters and programme brochures.Photograph: City Archives of Zurich. © Heirs of Alois Carigiet Alois Carigiet, Florina, 1975. Watercolour on canvas. Draft for the fresco for the cheese dairy in Trun.Photograph: Swiss National Museum. On loan, privately owned. © Heirs of Alois Carigiet Children’s portraits done by Emil Brunner in 1943/1944, around the same time as “Schellen-Ursli” (“A Bell for Ursli”) was being written and illustrated.On loan from Fotostiftung Winterthur, Hugger Collection. Photograph: Swiss National Museum. © Heirs of Alois Carigiet “Switzerland invites you” poster by Alois Carigiet, 1937. Poster for the Swiss tourism association (Schweizerische Zentrale für Verkehrsförderung).Photograph: Swiss National Museum. © Heirs of Alois Carigiet Alois Carigiet in his studio, August 31, 1972. Photographer: Jules Geiger.© Fotostiftung Graubünden/Heirs of Alois Carigiet A selection of the works that can be seen in the Art, Graphic Art and Schellen-Ursli exhibition at the Swiss National Museum. Neuer Inhalt Horizontal Line subscription form Form for signing up for free newsletter. Sign up for our free newsletter and get the top stories delivered to your inbox. Email address swissinfo EN The following content is sourced from external partners. We cannot guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. swissinfo.ch Join us on Facebook!