(1918 - 2012)
Finn Bjørvig loved to draw, and he himself said that you could become a good artist by becoming a lithographer.
He was trained as a lithographic draftsman at the highly acclaimed printing house Andreasen & Lachmann in 1940 and then worked in various places drawing cartoons. Around 1950, he became independent and opened his own printing and advertising agency in 1959 in Østerbro in Copenhagen. In the late 1960s, he expanded in Hvidovre.
Finn Bjørvig had a small production of posters, two of them for DDL around 1938. In 2001, the Danish Architecture Center had an exhibition “Posters through 100 years”, where he ran the exhibition poster when he was 83 years old.