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Zabawa ze sztuką / Giocare con L'Arte

Opis przygotowany na zajęcia “Historia ceramiki” prowadzone przez Elżbietę Gajewska-Prorok

Podczas mojej wymiany Erasmus z Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche (ISIA) mieszczącym się w miejscowości Faenza, Włochy, zostałam wysłana przez znajomego ceramika do Laboratorium Giocare con l’Arte (pl. 1,609 more words

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O Bruno Munari

Sylwetka artysty przygotowana na zajęcia “Historia Wzornictwa” prowadzone przez Dorotę Miłkowską.

 Zdjęcia pochodzą z internetu, a za wszelkie nieścisłości przepraszam:)

O projektancie Bruno Munari dowiedziałam się w dość nietypowy sposób. 3,701 more words

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Form by Growth

Form by Growth is a platform to share and discuss the production of artifacts in biological generative systems, or in biological systems with generative potential, where nature’s randomness and physiological aspects have an important role in the definition of form. 961 more words

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Art vs Design

It recently came to my attention that the First Things First Manifesto essay I wrote a while back has been getting quite a lot of views, and that both the 1964 and 2000 versions have been getting coverage in some of the design magazines/websites I read. 448 more words

Bruno Munari: Presenza Degli Antenati, 1970

Presenza Degli Antenati, 1970
Presence of the Ancestors

“When my grandmother Luigia would see a newborn baby, she would look him over and then, without taking her eyes off him, would say his nose is like his mother’s, his eyes are like his father’s, but his expression is like Aunt Bernarda’s who lives in Verona and never visits anymore; his ears are like your grandfather’s, his mouth is like my sister Kim’s. 124 more words

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Bruno Munari: Macchina Inutile

Munari’s Useless Machines are made of painted cardboard and held together with silk threads.






“The elements of a useless machine, by contrast, all rotate upon and within themselves without touching. 141 more words

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Bruno Munari: Drawings of Faces

Drawings from Bruno Munari’s Design As Art (1966)


Look Into My Eyes by Bruno Munari

An exercise in seeing the world through the eyes of others. 155 more words

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