The Kandinsky poster uses asymmetrical balance with the image and orange bar, and the text and orange bars at the top right of the page. The Orange number at the bottom, and small chart create balance as well. There is rhythm and harmony because of the tilt present throughout the objects. There is also proportion because “KANDINSKY” is larger than all of the other words on the page, while the other text is smaller. This poster relates to the international typographic style because the type face is sans serif, and simple allowing for legibility.
In 1912 Filippo Marinetti published yet another Manifest. He exclaimed that language be ripped of its previous meaning to revolutionize poetry. He demanded that syntax, punctuation, adjectives, and adverbs be abolished, and that nouns be given different meanings at random.
In 1909 Filippo had his “Futurist Manifesto” published, and it had a great impact on the artistic world. His manifesto ushered a new philosophy; Futurism, which was a revolt against the past, and excited danger, revolt, war, speed, and technology.
Filippo Marinetti was born in 1876, and died in December 1944. He lived in Alexandria, Egypt until he was 21 then moved to Paris. He was an italian poet and theorist, and the founder of the Futurist movement.
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