The Four Estate of G. Pellizza da Volpedo
The painting of G.Pellizza, as opposed to contemporaries, refuses characterization of excited protest or passive resignation but links the iconographic theme of the strike with that of the parade featuring the celebration of Labor Day..
The three main characters are not placed on a single line but have a slightly wedged setting like the characters in the background. This solution helps to avoid static and striking, and to suggest a rhythmic and continuous movement that well represents and highlights the idea of the advanced.
It was constructed geometrically so as to obtain a more balanced sign in all its aspects.
The end result is given by simple cut and joined circumferences in order to arrive at a simple and essential form.
At the simple symbol, the acronym and the ministerial reference are added. The whole lined up in the center.