PRIMARY COLORS

The primary colors, saturated and elementary, invade new clothes and accessories. Lively, happy, playful and cheerful but also scientific and mathematical, they are used in a color blocking, maintaining the intrinsic modernist nature. Even Mondrian and the De Stijl movement would be proud of this pieces so essential and geometric

1. Flickr artwork
2. Phillip Lai, Jesus Christ Loves You, 2003
3. Philosophy (philosophy.com)
4. Roksanda Ilincic (roksandailincic.com)
5. Mathew Hale, HOF Tables from and for J.H. Green: Library Red: Kitchen Yellow: Bathroom Blue: Bedroom, 2010
6. Louie Rigano “The About-Time Clock” (louierigano.com)
7. Gabriel Orozco “Untitled (Boarding Pass July 11)” ,2001
8. Prada (prada.com)
9. Miu Miu (miumiu.com)
10. Céline (celine.com)
11. Band of Outsider (bandofoutsiders.com)
12. Haim Steinbach “Shelf with Watering Can” (haimsteinbach.net)
13. Stella McCartney (stellamccartney.com)
14. Kurt Schwitters “Oval Construction”,1925
15. Céline (celine.com)
16. John McCracken “Theta two”, 1965
17. Fendi (fendi.com)
18. Marni (marni.com)