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Sabine Marcelis x Mondrian

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Sabine Marcelis x Mondrian

Rotterdam-based designer Sabine Marcelis brought to life one of the most famous paintings of the De Stijl movement, Mondrian’s 1935 “Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow.” She created a 3D version of it at the Cannes Film Festival and it’s super cool! Such an interesting way to reinvent a classic work of art.

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  • Bb de la Branche July, 13 2017, 4:17 / Reply

    J’adore Sabine et son travail, merci de parler d’elle ! Sa présentation au Off de Milan était canon, si vous aimez, c’est à découvrir !

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