minimalism and logo design (part 3)

in busy •  17 days ago


In my first and second posts on minimalism, I turn art from artists within and without the steemit ocean into logos that could be used on a t-shirt or business card.

I have decided to revisit the series and create more logos from art. This time I turn my attention to the abstract artists from the early 1900s.

One major point I've read often says you can never tell what art will be valuable if you are living when the art is made. Do you have some crazy doodle you drew on a coffee stained napkin? It could be worth millions. I am kidding, of course. Well... I'm not so sure what will happen.

You may be the next Picasso.

As always I provide a table with the artists I use and links to their bios or webpages.

NameCited Work
Robert DelaunayLe Premier Disque
František KupkaAmorpha, Fugue en deux couleurs
Wassily KandinskyOn White II




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Epic work with this cool designs


Thanks @blazing. I really enjoy this series.