Bruno Munari (1966)

A few takeaways from this great book by Bruno Munari (first published when I was born!) are this quote by Maxim Gorky:

An artist is a (hu)man who digests [his/her] own subjective impressions and knows how to find a general objective meaning in them, and how to express them in a convincing form.

And Munari’s own take on design:

The designer of today re-establishes the long-lost contact between art and the public, between living people and art as a living thing.

Although this was shared by Munari more than a few decades ago, and by Gorky over a century ago, what they both say certainly rings true today. -JM

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I made a snapshot of the confluence of design and computation back in 2004:

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