Some ideas for gift-giving:
A jigsaw puzzle of Severini’s Danseuse Articulée from JigBoxx
or a replica of Boccioni’s Unique Forms of Continuity in Space from emuseumstore.com
An airplane charm necklace from the New York-based designer Erica Weiner perhaps? I love the one I have!
A Dead Man in Trieste (from Amazon) is a historical mystery novel by Micheal Pearce in which “the climax takes place at the very first ‘Futurist Evening'” and in which “The futurists come across as a zany, madcap, fun-loving, bunch of boozehounds”
A giclee print of Boccioni’s La Citta Che Sale from AllPosters.com
And finally, facsimile reproductions of the Futurist Manifestos from Liberia Salimbeni in Florence.