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70 x 70 cm
27.56 x 28 in


700,00 €

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Medium: silk-screen printing LIMITED EDITION

Design and visual communication works
Munari, Bruno; Scheiwiller, Giovanni (1963). Good design. Milan: All'insegna del pesce d'oro (later Scheiwiller Editore)
Munari, Bruno (1966). Arte come mestiere [Design as Art (literally: Art as Craft]. ISBN 978-0-14-103581-9.
Munari, Bruno (1968). Design e comunicazione visiva. Contributo a una metodologia didattica [Design and Visual Communication. Contributions to a Teaching Method]. Roma-Bari: Laterza
Munari, Bruno (1971). Artista e designer [Artist and Designer]. Roma-Bari: Laterza
Munari, Bruno (1971). Codice ovvio [Obvious Code]. Turin: Einaudi
Supplemento al Dizionario Italiano. Mantova, Italy: Corraini. 2014

The following are included in Design as Art. They have also been published individually:

The Triangle. Mantova, Italy: Corraini. 2007.
The Discovery of the Circle. New York: G. Wittenborn. (English translation by Marcello and Edna Maestro.) 1965.
Discovery of the Square. New York: George Wittenborn. (English translation by Desmond O'Grady.) 1965.

Munari's books for children

The Elephant's Wish. The World Publishing Company. 1945.
Bruno Munari's Zoo. Cleveland: World Pub. Co. 1963.
In the dark of the night. (Nella notte buia) New York: G. Wittenborn. 1961.
The circus in the mist. New York: World Pub. Co. 1969.
The elephant's wish. Cleveland: World Pub. Co. 1959.
What I'd like to be. London (23 Lower Belgrave Street, London SW1): Printed and made in Italy and published by the Harvill Press. 1945.
Jimmy has lost his cap: where can it be? New York: W. Collins. 1980.
Who's there?: Open the door. New York: W. Collins. 1980.
Romilda the frog. Mantova: Maurizio Corraini. 1997.
The lorry driver. London: Harvill Press. 1945.
Bruno Books. Harvill Press: London; printed in Italy. 1953. Compilation of What I'd like to be; The Lorry driver; and Georgie has lost his cap.
Animals for sale. Mantova: Maurizio Corraini. 2004.
From Afar it was an Island, Maurizio Corraini s.r.l. 2006
Bruno Munari: From Afar It Is An Island, Emme Edizioni, Milan, 1971

About the Artist

1907 Milan, Italy

Bruno Munari (October 24, 1907, Milan – September 30, 1998, Milan) was an Italian artist, designer, and inventor who contributed fundamentals to many fields of visual arts (painting, sculpture, film, industrial design, graphic design) in modernism, futurism, and concrete art, and in non visual arts (literature, poetry) with his research on games, di...

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