• Look into My Eyes
  • Look into My Eyes
  • Look into My Eyes
  • Look into My Eyes

Look into My Eyes

Corraini Edizioni

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Description

Look into my eyes is a game about perspective. A creative way to practice awareness of the viewpoint and feelings of others. Designed with kids (and adults) in mind it gives you a practical way to explore this sometimes difficult concept.

Mix and match the...

Look into my eyes is a game about perspective. A creative way to practice awareness of the viewpoint and feelings of others. Designed with kids (and adults) in mind it gives you a practical way to explore this sometimes difficult concept.

Mix and match the 25 'faces' and transport yourself into someone or something else's shoes and celebrate the differences of others. 

Look into my eyes.
We're all different.
What is beauty? Something you see.
Seen by a European this is beauty. Seen by an Arab this is beauty. Mr K.V. can't see it.
If we see through the eyes of another person we understand each other better.
Animals look each other in the eye.
Apart from moles.

The start of a poem by Bruno Munari

Bruno Munari (1907-1998) a well known Italian artist and designer loved to experiment, he was not afraid to try something new, painting, sculpture, photography he tried them all. His playful and thoughtful approach created some inventive children's games and toys. His unique and playful take on kids toys helps them to explore some more complex ideas and concepts. More of his designs can be explored here at Misc-store. 

Details

Measures 20 x 20 cm
Counts 25 sheets
Designed by Bruno Munari
Includes instructions on how to use and the entire poem by Munari
First Published in 1969

Corraini Edizioni x Misc-store Amsterdam

Corraini Edizioni's work is made out of curiosity and discovery, used to levity and fun. An unpredictable and uninterrupted process that, in their case, has lasted for over 40 years — 40 years of encounters, bandying between art and books, in search of new languages, contaminations, free experimentation.

Created next to an already established art gallery, Corraini Edizioni's publishing work ranges between design, art and illustration, often blurring the boundaries between the different disciplines. Naturally, given the association with Munari, particular attention is given to artists’ books for children.

 

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About Corraini Edizioni

Corraini Edizioni at Misc-store Amsterdam

Corraini Edizioni's work is made out of curiosity and discovery, used to levity and fun. An unpredictable and uninterrupted process that, in their case, has lasted for over 40 years — 40 years of encounters, bandying between art and books, in search of new languages, contaminations, free experimentation.

Created next to an already established art gallery, Corraini Edizioni's publishing work ranges between design, art and illustration, often blurring the boundaries between the different disciplines. Naturally, given the association with Munari, particular attention is given to artists’ books for children.

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