Bruno Munari

Recent articles about Bruno Munari

Living, breathing picturebooks

Issue 90, Summer 2015


Starting from 1910 and ending in 2014, this large-format book shows…

Milan’s anarchic Modernist

Issue 85, Spring 2013


Alessandro Colizzi explores the Futurist past of Bruno Munari, the eclectic, prolific…

Type play for kids

Issue 19, Winter 1995


It has taken decades for expressive typography to win acceptance in the world of the children's book…

Recent blog posts by Bruno Munari

Munari in Milan

28 August 2014

‘Munari politecnico’, at the Museo del Novecento, champions some less familiar aspects of the Italian designer-artist’s body of work
Bruno Munari was the Richard Feynman of design, an innovator, a born teacher, a jack-of-all-trades with a quixotic nature. He never stopped inventing and questioning.

Noted #46

22 November 2012

Schwitters, typewriting, wood type, the future Detroit Printing Plant and the United Stats of America
This past Friday the last British-made typewriter, the CM-1000, left the Brother factory in Wrexham for London’s Science Museum collection. Eye received a tiny, tactile, hand-printed snake book from Barrie Tullett of The Caseroom Press, wrapped in a typewritten paper sleeve.