Geoffrey Bunting

Geoffrey Bunting is a writer, book designer, and historian. His work has appeared in History Today, Modus, History Magazine, on a number of blogs, and on Snarled’s Something Scary. He doesn’t like moths and can tie his shoelaces exceptionally well. You can find him here and on Twitter @geoffreyreads. You can read more from Geoffrey on his blog.

Articles by Geoffrey

Women Artists

Frauhaus: Gunta Stölzl and the Women of the Bauhaus

The women of the Bauhaus, attracted to the school by a lie, were marginalised by its male masters and forced into a single workshop. Under the...

Geoffrey Bunting 14 December 2021

Long Read

Tōkyō Thrift – Japonisme and the Japanese Bauhaus

The historical narrative of Modernism is overwhelmingly western. However, the history of the movement is, in reality, one of constant diffusion...

Geoffrey Bunting 29 August 2021

Design

The Last Craftsman. Exploring Henry van de Velde and the Passage of Modernism

Until 1972, the Museen zu Berlin exhibited, among other things, a teapot and its accompanying set. From above, the teapot is around 22 centimetres...

Geoffrey Bunting 30 August 2019