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De Stijl ~ Theo van Doesburg ~ Magazine cover from De Stijl X ~ 1917

Theo van Doesburg Klassiek, Cover for Klassiek-Barok-Modern. 1920. printed matter. 22,5 × 14,5 cm. Various collections

Klassiek Barok Modern (transcript of a lecture by TvD) Cover design by TvD De Sikkel, Em. Querido first edition, 1920

THEO VAN DOESBURG 1920 de still

De Stijl 1921 Vol. 11 Anthologie-Bonset A collection of visual poetry by I. Bonset (pseudonym of Theo van Doesburg)

In 1917 Christian Küpper, who adopted the pseudonym Theo van Doesburg, founded the group De Stijl and the periodical of the same name together with architects J. J. P. Oud and Jan Wils, Vilmos Huszár, Piet Mondrian, Bart van der Leck, and Georges Vantongerloo

Theo Van Doesburg & Vilmos Huszar De Stijl 1917 même registre formel que Mondrian

Schreefloos

Schreefloos

NYC summed up.

New York Poster This design caught my eye because i love the simplicity of the design yet it is also very pleasing to the eye. The maze like affect is cool because it looks like city blocks.

NB-Rietveld Poster, 840 x 594mm (DIN A1 Print), Stefan Gandl 2012 Pantone 805 + Black, 250g/m igepa circleoffset white thisissas:  (via NeubauLaden)

NB-Rietveld Poster, 840 x (DIN Print), Stefan Gandl 2012 Pantone 805 + Black, igepa circleoffset white thisissas: (via NeubauLaden)

vilmos huszar - Google Search

Vilmos Huszár was a Hungarian painter and designer. He lived in The Netherlands, where he was one of the founder members of the art movement De Stijl.

Jan Tschichold, reproduction of an artwork by El Lissitzky 'Proun IV' from 1923. Cover of Typographische Monatsblätter, 1970 issue 12. Check out his work, and other recommendations on my graphic design book guide

For the Designer: 5 Coffee Table Books to Give or Get

Nouvelle typographie - Jan Tschichold, reproduction of an artwork by El Lissitzky 'Proun IV' from Cover of Typographische Monatsblätter, 1970 issue 12

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