Clear contours, defining lines and sharp shapes—abstract, geometric art gives us a feeling of crisp clarity that pierces our perspective. From rectangles to triangles, pentagons to octagons, forms contrast with each other through opposing colours and bold edges. The result? Stripped-back designs with a modern twist that push your interior to the edge.
Abstract art departs from reality, freeing itself from the visual references of our natural world. Defying the logic of perspective, it doesn’t aim to reproduce reality, but rather reflects the fast pace at which science, technology and philosophy move—new art for a new world. From the Bauhaus of Weimar to Russian Constructivism, abstract art has left a lasting legacy on our aesthetic culture. Take your interior to new heights with prints that looks to the future. For an avantgarde look, combine it with stripped-back typography.
The beauty of nature is anything but random. Symmetric stripes, Fibonacci spirals and intricate patterns adorn the animal kingdom and plant world alike. Mother Earth is full of natural patterns, from ripples in desert dunes to the hexagonal tessellation of a honeycomb. This recurring organic decoration can even be mapped mathematically with incredible certainty, as nature and geometry blend into one and the same with beautiful results—there is unquestionably method to the apparent madness of nature.
Tame your urban jungle with pristine palms, deconstructed hives and jagged mountains with geometric art.
Colour-blocking can have a powerful effect. By taking opposing tones, the colour wheel can be explored through paired opposites in confined, geometric shapes. The result is a striking contrast that is both minimalist and abstract.
Colour-blocking has its roots in Neoplasticism, a prime example of which was the Dutch De Stijl movement. Often only using black and white or primary colours, the Neoplasticists simplified visual compositions to bare shapes, advocating pure abstraction and reducing to the mere essentials of form and colour. Looking for a clear-cut interior with a razor-sharp art? Bring some style to your walls with abstract and geometric prints—perfect for a retro aesthetic.