Friday, July 2, 2010


Im one of those people who always buys postcards as souvenirs from my favorite gallery, artist, product or city. The last time i was at the Tate Modern, i saw this painting from their "Abstract & Concrete" display.
Its a Piet Mondrian, he's a Dutch artist. He made paintings like this around 1930.

He used only straight black horizontal and vertical lines and primary colours: red, blue and yellow painted on a white surface. I just loved it & bought a postcard with the print on it, its displayed in my kitchen:)

This certain print was made famous when Yves Saint Laurent made the “Mondrian” day dress in autumn 1965. Its just timeless.

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