Get to know Artist: Piet Mondrian

Mondrian, Piet 1872-1944, Artist was born in Holland. In 1911 Mondrian went to Paris where he took up Cubism.His work from 1917 on involved colored shapes divided by a grid of black bands. Yves Saint Laurent was so inspired by this he produced a line of dresses in 1965 based on Mondrian’s paintings.

Featuring… Artist Tuttistudio

Tuttistuido creates simple and fun illustrations that are available on Ive included some pieces of her work at the bottom of this page. Enjoy!

Her work can be found at the link below

Bio-My name is Tutti, it means “my strawberry” in Hebrew. I try to live up to it as much as I can (without the reddish hue of course 😉 I was born in Israel, and spent my childhood between here, and all around eastern Massachusetts USA. Today I am a graphic designer and illustrator, living and working in Tel Aviv.I have been drawing and creating ever since I can remember when I don’t do that, I love to drink lots and lots of Indian chai, and eat lots and lots of cookies. I Live in a small, cozy, smoke free and unfortunately (because I do love those pooches, just don’t have enough room) pet free apartment with my supporting, wonderful, super salad making husband.For more information about payment and shipping please see my shop policies. Thank you so much for stopping by!

Did you know…Agnes B

1941- Designer who was born in Agnes Trouble in Paris France. Agnes B joined Elle magazine as a junior editor at the age of seventeen. Two years later she went to DOROTHEE BIS as a designer but then left in 1964 to work freelance. In 1975 in Paris France she opened her own store where her affordable, relaxed, wearable clothes catered to a wide age group. Many of her early designs where modeled from French workers’ uniforms. She specialized in separates, notably a snap-button cardigan. Her charm lies in the fact that her clothes have a worn-in look.

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Did you know about Tiffany&Co…

Tiffany & Co Was founded in New York City in 1837 by Charles Louis Tiffany (1812-1902) and John B. Young as a stationery and fancy goods store. In 1841 a third partner, J.L. Ellis, was taken on and in the same year the firm began to buy important European Jewelry collections. In 1853 Tiffany bought out the company, which after that was known as Tiffany & Co. The company merged in 1868 with a silversmith, Edward C. Moore & Co. – Moore had previously worked as a Tiffany designer. Tiffany now has an international reputation as a high class jewelers, dealing in gemstones and precious metals.

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