Bruno Munari

Supplement To The Italian Dictionary


A classic from Bruno Munari in which he explains the meaning of the characteristic and deeply codified Italian hand gestures, many of which originated in Napoli before spreading to the rest of Italy and in some cases the rest of the world. A thorough dictionary for use by foreigners visiting Italy as a corporeal counterpart and supplement to the Italian dictionary.

Bruno Munari was a prolific Italian artist, designer and inventor associated with the Futurist, Modernist and Concrete Art movements – and best known for his experimental children's books, foam toys, futuristic light fittings and cube-shaped ashtrays. The idea of play as an essential component to creativity informs much of his work.

Published by Corraini Edizioni Pages: 118 Dimensions: W x  12 cm x H c 16,5 cm Format: Softcover

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