Hi, guys! I actually researched this movement for one of Alma’s presentations in her typography class. One of the founders of the Futurist Movement, F.T. Marinetti, wrote the Futurist Manifesto (the language is harsh but incredibly expressive), which can be found here. It is very relevant to our current project because, to Marinetti, the typographic grid represented a Western Classicism that had no place in their brave new world; he completely obliterated the grid in works like Zang Tumb Tumb, where he glorified his experience in a battle in the Balkans during WWI. If you get a chance, give him a quick Google search: he has a plethora of other grid-breaking work.
Breaking the Grid: Futurism