Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967 - Saint-Martin Bookshop

Munari Bruno

Bruno Munari - Libro Illegible N.Y.1 - Moma 1967

As far back as 1949 Bruno Munari was producing books under the banner of “libri illeggibili”, or "illegible books". These titles communicate without text - foregrounding format, colour, die-cut elements and (in this case) red thread which binds the book and also becomes a central component of it's content. 

This title, hand-numbered in an edition of two-thousand, was produced for MoMA, where several of the titles were shown in the 1955 exhibition Two Graphic Designers: Bruno Munari and Alvin Lustig.

22,2x22,2cm - EN/IT - die cut & surprises - mint condition