What is not to love? Piet Mondrian: A Dutch painter, part of the DeStijl movement who worked in rectilinear color blocks… and whose work is so beautifully translated into tile. Take the following Piet Mondrian painting for example:

Using laNeva tile, we could create something like this conceptual tile design:

We used Siren #84, Twilight #68, Butter#73, Steel #24 and Snow #31, all in our standard sizes of 4×4, 2×2, 1×2 and 1×6. A decent interpretation, huh?

If you want to read more about Piet Mondrian and the De Stijl movement in the Netherlands, or related artists, please see today’s amusing article in the UK Telegraph or the exhibition information for Van Doesburg and the International Avant-Garde at the Tate Modern in London running now through May 16, 2010.

January 2011 update: We are happy to announce that laNeva’s interpretation of Mondrian’s painting is now available using our handmade tile. Please take a look at our Lineal Collection Border  ”Composition Six”, available as a border pattern or a mesh mounted panel suitable for tiling or grouting/framing. Shown here with dark gray grout. Please contact us for pricing & purchasing  information.

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3 Responses to “So Simple, So Mondrian”

  1. lucianna 02/25/2010 at 11:13 PM #

    Lovely product-I love your colors, and the tile appear very dense and dimensional; inspiring !

  2. shanel 11/01/2010 at 11:00 AM #

    please can i have the name of that frist painting on this page.
    thnk you for reading my message
    please reply soon

  3. Lisa 11/13/2010 at 1:56 AM #

    Hi Shanel,
    Thanks for your question. It is called “Composition with red, yellow blue and black.” by Piet Mondrian, completed in 1921.