Bruno Munari is born in Milan in 1907. He is barely 20 years old when he joins the Milanese Futurist movement of the second generation. The young man has an eclectic and exuberant activity: painting, experimental education and kinetic, graphic design, advertising and photography. In 1948, he is one of the founding members of MAC (Movement of Concrete Art) with Monnet, Dorfles and Soldati. Since that time, many exhibitions are held on his behalf. In 1949, at the Library Salto in Milan, he exhibits "Useless machines", then the following year, "Livres illisibles" (Illegible Books). Exhibitions come and go. In 1950, Bruno Munari exhibits his "negative-positive paintings" in Paris. He participates in many group exhibitions, offering works based on celluloid, plexiglass and plastic. In 1954, he joins the Italian Space Group. Bruno Munari knows internationally recognized in the field of design and for his studies on the artistic creative game aimed to respect the intelligence of children. Bruno Munari dies in Milan in 1998.