Futurismo had big influence on typography as well as the other art forms.
Futurist typography has emerged with In The Destruction of Syntax manifesto, Marinetti wrote:
“I initiate a typographical revolution aimed at the bestial, nauseating idea of the book of passéist and D’Annunzian verse, on seventeenth Century handmade paper bordered with helmets, Minervas, Apollos, elaborate red initials, vegetables, mythological missal ribbons,
epigraphs, and roman numerals.
The book must be the Futurist expression of our Futurist thought.
My revolution is aimed at the so-called typographical harmony of the page, which is contrary to the flux and reflux, the leaps and bursts of style that run through the page.
On the same page, therefore, we will use three or four colors of ink, or even twenty different typefaces if necessary.
For example: italics for a series of similar or swift sensations, boldface for violent onomatopoeias, and so on.
With this typographical revolution and this multicolored variety in the letters I mean to redouble the expressive force of words.”