The Martgnet Mondrian Magnets Turns People into Abstract Artists

 - Mar 4, 2013
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Iconic art can be found just about anywhere now, including fridge doors thanks to the Martgnet Mondrian Magnets. They were inspired by the Dutch artistic movement founded in 1917 known as De Stijl, which was founded by Theo van Doesburg and later evolved into neoplasticism by Piet Mondrian. This movement advocated pure abstraction by way of form and color, which the Martgnet Mondrian Magnets symbolize beautifully.

The boxy shapes of the Martgnet Mondrian Magnets can be arranged and rearranged to bring out people's very own inner artist. Although they are sold in sets of four, they can easily be combined for larger works of art. They are available in primary colors only: red, blue and yellow.