This digital garment features Wassily Kandinsky’s painting Violett (1923). The artwork was created during the artist's Bauhaus period. Kandinsky was synesthetic, which means he had a fusion of different senses when he experienced color and shape. It influenced Kandinsky's color and shape perception, and the emotions and meanings he assigned to his paintings. He wrote about this in the book Concerning the Spiritual in Art.
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Material: digital cotton.
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About the artist:
Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) was a pioneer of abstract art. He was born in Moscow, spent his childhood in Odessa, where he graduated at Grekov Odessa Art school, and lived in Europe, mostly in Munich and Paris. According to the artist, nature gave him the main impulse for creativity, but he didn’t see the point in copying it. Instead, Kandinsky used the emotional color sets of nature that created compositions and forms in a combination of planes and lines, and gave movement to his paintings.