Published for the first time in 1963, “Zoo” is one of Bruno Munari’s classic children’s books. This fine art print reproduces one of the book’s extraordinary original illustrations.
Sent in a cardboard envelope. Frame not included.
400 X 300 mm
Epson Enhanced Matte
Considered one of the great protagonists of XXth century art, Bruno Munari was born in Milan in 1907 and dies in the same city on 1998. Linked to the futurist movement since 1927, he became an inseparable name of industrial and graphic design, with fundamental contributions in the several areas of artistic expression such as painting, sculpture, cinema, etc, carrying a multifaceted investigation on the themes of motion, light, creativity and fantasy development in childhood through games. It’s for this children’s world that he starts to create books, originally conceived for his son Alberto. His children books were simple and learning provocative tools. Never separating content form shape and materials, everything he created was simultaneously a book, an object and a game that made us think. Always interested in searching of ways of simplifying e clarifying the design process, he focused during his last years in themes related with didactics psychology and pedagogy.