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Bruno Munari: Drawing the Sun (About the Workshop Series) (edition 2004)

by Bruno Munari (Artist)

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In Drawing the Sun, Bruno Munari suggests: "When drawing the sun, try to have on hand colored paper, chalk, felt-tip markers, crayons, pencils, ballpoint pens--you can draw a sun with any one of them. Also remember that sunset and dawn are the back and front of the same phenomenon: when we are looking at the sunset, the people over there are looking at the dawn."… (more)
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Title:Bruno Munari: Drawing the Sun (About the Workshop Series)
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Info:Edizioni Corraini (2004), 66 pages
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In Drawing the Sun, Bruno Munari suggests: "When drawing the sun, try to have on hand colored paper, chalk, felt-tip markers, crayons, pencils, ballpoint pens--you can draw a sun with any one of them. Also remember that sunset and dawn are the back and front of the same phenomenon: when we are looking at the sunset, the people over there are looking at the dawn."

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