Who was Piet Mondrian, Z PUFFER’S inspiration?

Piet Mondrian was a remarcable advocate of the Dutch modern art current called De Stijl, which in English translates to “The Style.”

Today, he is being praised for the purity of the abstract works he has accomplished as well as the methodical reasoning at which he arrived at while creating of those emblematic works.

He was able to imagine and develop an abstract style of art that he named Neoplasticism – artworks that involve horizontal and vertical lines, combined only with primary colors. Furthermore, in order to polish the new style he had created, he applied only black or white (or both colors) on the background – this gives a much better focus to the real object of the art.

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