Piet Mondrian (1872–1912) was born in The Netherlands. When the war ended in 1918, Mondrian went to France, where he would remain until 1938. He was flourished in an atmosphere of intellectual freedom that enabled him to embrace an art of pure abstraction. Mondrian began producing grid-based paintings in late 1919, the style for which he came to be renowned began to appear.
Many designers reworked Mondrian’s color palette, geometry and search of simplicity in shapes, patterns and details.
color blocking — high shine — contrast pipings — coatings — substractive cuts — trapunto — geometry — clean lines.
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