The Piet Mondrian Vases Feature Multiple Angular Shapes

By: Jordy E  - Published: Apr 5, 2013 • References: module-r & mymodernmet
These Piet Mondrian-inspired vases feature a series of geometric shapes. The Dutch artist has done so with attention to color, casting each rectangle and square in red, blue and yellow shades.

Mondrian is widely respected in the art industry. Tied to the De Stijl art niche, he has maintained a consistent form, often working with this exact linear style. Straight lines and basic, unmixed tones have been essential here, preferred for their reductive state above all else.

The multiple sections of these vases give way to a series of holders as three slots are present. Users can in this way create interactive flower arrangements, placing different varieties within the triad. Standing behind this faux Mondrian piece is Frank Kerdil, a Danish designer. Stats for Geometric Flower Holders Trending: Older & Chilly
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