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Sonia Delaunay, Horizontale, 1970
Sol Lewitt
Sonia Delaunay, Helice, 1971
Willem de Kooning, 1960
Serge Poliakoff
Serge Poliakoff
Sigmar Polke, Glove Palm Tree, 1968
Serge Poliakoff
Richard Serra
Paul Klee, Gaze of Silence
Willem de Kooning, 1961
Mel Kendrick, 2013
Paul Klee
Richard Serra
Bauhaus Textile
Masaji Yoshida, Silence, 1954
Harrie Gerritz
Joan Miro
Ellsworth Kelly
Fredun Shapur, 1965
Jean Tinguely, 1956
Malevich, Suprematism, 1915
Iygia Pape, 1958
Joan Miro
Ellsworth Kelly, Green, 1964-65
Henri Matisse
Jean Tinguely, 1955-1961
Harry Gerritz
Eben Golf, 2010
Edward Krasinski, Spear, 1963-64
Alma Siedhoff-Buscher, 1924
Bruno Munari
Ellsworth Kelly, Maillot Jaune
Harry Gerritz
Charles and Ray Eames, Toys
Alma Siedhoff-Buscher
Alexander Calder, 1934
Bruno Munari, Macchina Inutile 1
Anna Hepler


Since our background is in art – we both studied Fine Arts at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam – our inspiration mostly comes from artists. We admire, for example, the colourful and playful works by Willem de Kooning, Alexander Calder and Joan Míro, but also the simple and bold shapes from the Bauhaus movement, Ellsworth Kelly and Richard Serra. In general you could say we are always looking for simple shapes and colours disguising a world of imagination and adventure.

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