The starting point was the meeting of two manifestos that, in different contexts, introduced the Futurism in Portugal and in Europe. The "Manifesto of Futurism" written by the Italian poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, published in the French newspaper "Le Figaro" on February 20, 1909, besides marking the foundation of one of the earliest movements of modern art, decisively influenced the XX century. The "Manifesto Anti-Dantas" written in 1916 by Almada Negreiros, attacks the cultural and artistic system as well as an entire generation, through Júlio Dantas. Based on these manifestos, the academic project developed an editorial support where it explores graphically and typographically the available texts, adding images and graphics that were considered pertinent for the exploration of the thematic. Both present in the same object, to enhance the contrast between generations and customs.