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Retirado de http://www.corraini.com/scheda_libro.php?id=336 (em inglês): All the capital letters of the alphabet may be written using several basic strokes, straight and curved, common to each letter. The straight lines may be vertical, horizontal or diagonal. The curved lines may take various directions, or be closed, as with the O . This box contains a small series of these lines in soft plastic, with which a child can arrange every capital letter of the alphabet. He will learn, for instance, that the R is formed by a vertical, a curved and a diagonal line; that the D is formed by a vertical and a large curved line, etc. After learning the alphabet he may enjoy using more elements to make larger letters and a variety of other shapes. In 1960 Munari made for Danese ABC with imagination, a game in which he merged his attention for the world of children with his researches about multiples. 26 linear and circular elements can in fact make up any letter of the alphabet, or whatever the imagination suggests. These elements are also flexible and modular, so that they can be moved closer to each other or superimposed if you wish. Its a creative way to approach reading and writing, but also to have fun by mixing up rules and shapes, inventing and re-inventing your own alphabet.
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Escultura multipla composta por 4 conjuntos de 10 discos impressos a vermelho (2 exemplares), branco (1 exemplar) e azul (1 exemplar)
Retirado de http://www.corraini.com/scheda_libro.php?id=337 (em inglês): The visual game Plus and minus consists of 72 cards, each having a different image. Many of these images (48) have a transparent background and can thus be superimposed to compose other more complex images and stimulate the childs creative capacities. Superimposing some of the tree images creates a wood. Superimposing on the wood the image of rain or that of the sun or moon, or of a flight of birds, or of a passing dog, and so on, the total image can be continuously modified. In 1968 Munari published Nella nebbia di Milano [The circus in the mist], in which he created fascinating images by using his own way the see-through effect. The bright colours of the circus are preceded and followed by the veiled dullness of Milans fog: in this vague environment the blurred outlines of the figures become clear by leafing through the book. Two years later, in 1970, Munari dealt again with the theme of transparency by conceiving with Giovanni Belgrano Più e meno [Plus and minus]. Not a book but a game, composed by several images on transparent backgrounds, which can be superimposed at ones pleasure by adding or removing them. In these square cards the colour is perfectly balanced with the drawing, and together they simply tell stories, which are bonded together by the imagination of the players: the role of the authors is just to give different suggestions to let the players compose countless stories.
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