Mondrian's Trees My favourite series of paintings. Love the point between representation and abstraction and the still painterly style.

Mondrian's Trees My favourite series of paintings. Love the point between representation and abstraction and the still painterly style.

Piet Mondrian - Composition number 6

Piet Mondrian, Composition No. IV / Compositie Oil on canvas

This is a typography style inspired by Piet Mondrian's famous works. It is very interesting because it not only uses the colours in an appropriate style in reference to Mondrian, there is also a three dimensionality aspect added in. This allows for the typography to go even further than it's inspiration.

Tano Veron, la typographie élevée au rang d’art

This is a typography style inspired by Piet Mondrian's famous works. It is very interesting because it not only uses the colours in an appropriate style in reference to Mondrian, there is also a three dimensionality aspect added in. This allows for the ty

Mondrian Artwork [black, white, and primary colors only - at least I haven't seen any purple, green or orange in a Mondrian. jh]

Mondrian Artwork [black, white, and primary colors only -artist use of geometry

cuando este inspirada/aburrida

Tipografía inspirada en la obra de Mondrian

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Mondriaan (1872 – 1944)

Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow by Piet Mondriaan. He was an important leader in the development of modern abstract art and a major exponent of the Dutch abstract art movement known as De Stijl ('The Style').

Mondrian. Cardboard edge for printing with black tempera on primary collaged squares and rectangles.

Cardboard edge for printing with black tempera on primary collaged squares and rectangles.

The Lives of 10 Famous Painters, Visualized as Minimalist Infographic Biographies | Brain Pickings

The Lives of 10 Famous Painters, Visualized as Minimalist Infographic Biographies

In 1926 Piet Mondrian drafted architectural plans for a hypothetical room, suitable for future homes, as he saw them. In 1969, 25 years later, the Pace Gallery in New York acquired the plans and had the room fabricated in Formica plates, with colors matched from Mondrian’s original paint tubes.

In 1926 Piet Mondrian - a hypothetical room, suitable for future homes. In 25 years later, the Pace Gallery in New York acquired the plans and had the room fabricated in Formica plates, with colors matched from Mondrian’s original paint tubes.

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