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My absolute favorite font, Futura: a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Paul Renner in 1927

By Erich Borchert (1907-1944), 1928, Sowjetunion Geometrische Komposition, pen and India ink drawing. (Bauhaus)

Erich Borchert Germany - died in Karlag, one of the largest Gulag labor camps, at the age of - "Sowjetunion Geometrische Komposition / Soviet Union Geometric Composition", pen and India ink drawing.

MC :: The Bauhaus 'movement' has always appealed to me primarily because of its combining home and work in the one environment; it seems a simple solution to so many problems like decreased family interaction and increased urban sprawl. This image reminds me why I was drawn to the movement in the first place: commercialisation x aesthetic form + function

Bauhaus-style poster by Thomas Pena. The imagery is a simplified version of the Dessau branch of the Bauhaus School. The word "bauhaus" shows the 5 original weights of the typeface. A Bauhaus "D","G", and "Q" were used to create this logo.

Kandinsky: later years at the Bauhaus. The Bauhaus was also influenced by the Russian Deconstructionists of the early 20th century

Shop Poster-Classic/Vintage-Wassily Kandinsky 15 Poster created by lovearthouse.

i like this artwork because the apple has a very interesting form created by the geometric shapes in it. the are also a wide range of values used, that i do in my paintings.

Mackenzie here with a very exciting post (or I consider exciting). Here are 45 Incredible Geometric Illustrations by a

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

Robert Rauschenberg. Estate, 1963. Love the indirect storytelling. My favorite thing about art is how it challenges the audience.

Robert Rauschenberg Estate Oil and silkscreen on canvas 1963 In the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA.

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