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Bruno Munari (1907-1998)
Bruno Munari was born in Milan, but spend his childhood and teenage in Badia Polesine. In 1925 he returned to Milan where he started to work with his uncle who was an engineer. In 1927 he started to follow Marinetti and the futurist movement, showing his work in many exhibitions. Three years later he associated with Riccardo Castegnetti (Ricas), with whom worked as a graphic until 1938. During a travel to Paris, in 1933, he found Louis Aragon and André Breton, whom gave him the idea of "the useless machine". From 1939 to 1945 he worked as a press graphic designer for the Mondadori editor, and as art director of Tempo Magazine. At the same time he started writing books for kids, originally he created them for his son Alberto. In 1948, Munari, Gillo Dorfles, Gianni Monnet and Atanasio Soldati, founded the Arte Concreta movement.

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