“Malnatt” is part of the limited edition series of Italian dialect words, printed in movable type on the pages of an old book, dating back to 1863.

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MALNATT – noun, it means bad boy, scoundrel, street urchin.

If you recognize yourself in one of the synonyms above, this is the poster for you! But don’t be caught off guard by the geographical nature of this word: if you’re a malata this poster is about you, no matter where you come from!!

The work is the result of a survey carried out on my Instagram page at the beginning of 2020. An insight into the thousand nuances of the Italian language which brings together words from the north to the south of the Peninsula.


Handcrafted product

Each copy is inked and printed by hand, so there may be small differences between the photo you see and the object you receive. No copy is perfectly identical to the other. Frame not included.

Would you like to collect your poster here in the studio?
At check-out you’ll find the option for collection. I’ll contact you personally via Whatsapp to schedule an appointment!

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