Dollis Dolls

Dollis Dolls

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London / Dollis Dolls is a Nail Bar run by young talented girls from Dollis Valley Estate, London. Supported by Art Against Knives
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Lindsey Berggren Triangle pattern design

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colour + pattern 5, Georgiana Paraschiv

colour pattern 5 Art Print by Georgiana Paraschiv) pink orange red

kunstgewerbemuseum, zürich, 1944  printer: gewerbeschule der stadt zürich  size: 21 x 15 cm  designer: max bill

Catalogue for a 1944 Zurich art exhibition by painter Johannes Itten - Johannes Itten: Die Farbe - with book cover designed by Max Bill. "Die Farbe" is German for "colour.

Max Bill: horizontal vertical diagonal rhythms: oil on canvas, 1942

Max Bill studied at Bauhaus for two years as a pupil of Josef Albers --Horizontal Vertikal Diagonal Rhythmus / Oil on canvas / 1942