Mondriaan III – shift dress
Please note, this is a pre-order. The expected delivery is around March 25
From March 11 to July 16, Mondrian III can be seen at the exhibition ‘Re-Inventing Piet. Mondrian and the Consequences’ in Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (Germany).
For this special occasion, this museum piece is being recreated in a limited edition of 15 pieces.
In 2011 I designed a series of three Mondrian dresses. The design Mondrian III has been purchased by Centraal Museum Utrecht. This design is now on loan to the art museum in Germany.
Mondrian III is an afterimage of the original Mondrian dress. That may sound complicated, but you can experience it in a fun way. Stare at the white cross on the dress for 30 seconds. Then look at the black cross on the empty white space next to it.
Now you see the afterimage: the Mondrian dress, with a surprise. The patch on the shoulder is not red, but yellow: the missing primary color in my original Mondrian dress.
Fashion, advertising, architecture, design and art – much contemporary design is based on the abstract compositions of Piet Mondrian. Time and time again he called for the connection of art and life. He succeeded: no other painter has been quoted, copied, varied, appropriated, adapted or satirized as often and in so many ways as Piet Mondrian, so that we still encounter his work in countless ways every day.
Read all about my Mondrian designs here.
Color: black, red, cognac-orange, purple
Model: the model is 170 cm tall and wears size 36
Production: sustainable and traditionally made in the Netherlands
Material: 50% cotton, 50% acrylic
Care: wash at 30 degrees (remove pin)
Wash at 30 degrees.
Mondrian III previously alongside designs by Rietveld (Central Museum Utrecht, 2015).
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