Futurism: Now and Then

by Savannah College of Art and Design

In the Manifesto of Futurism, Marinetti glorifies the idea of violence and conflict; the exaltation of speed, youth and action; repulsion against the past and disgust with the stagnation of Italian culture; rejection to the idea of utilitarianism and demeaning women; a passionate enthusiasm for the beauties of the industrial state. The idea of Futurism wasn't just to influence the formal or aesthetic innovation, but a direct influence to life. While it's a theory over a century ago, this catalogue explores how Futurism had played such a significant role within design throughout the years.

Prize

Silver in Book Design 2022, Student

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Lead Designer

Shu Ting Chan

University or Design School

Savannah College of Art and Design

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