Design: Enzo Mari, 1972, re-edition 2013
Simboli sinsemantici are monochromatic silkscreen prints of six symbols.
The aim of the series was to bring art into the home by rendering it more accessible to a wider public.
The fact that the symbols are printed and are therefore produced in an unlimited series cancels out the preconceived concept of one single original work of art.
History of the designer
The history of Danish Milan coincides exactly with the history of Italian design. The important phases, the coming of age and the various challenges that this company has faced show how the pivotal role of ingenious design, the communicative power of objects, the quality of the materials they are made of and the way they are distributed remain constant factors in a journey that, since 1957, has involved some of the most important names in world design, art and architecture. The needs and desires of man, as well as a profound respect for his intellect, are the values that have driven the creativity and experimentation that it takes to develop, not only the products, but also the techniques and processes involved in maintaining the complex balance between culture, authorship and business.
Dimension: W70xH70 cm
Materials: Cordenons white paper, gr. 286
Print: 1 color Screen printed
Estimated between 17/08/2022 and 28/09/2022