sometimes i just start to notice images popping up on pinterest in a series of familiar shapes and lately it’s this bauhaus vibe i’ve been seeing. i went to an excellent bauhaus exhibit at LACMA of artist moholy-nagy and it reminded me how experimental the artists from this art movement were, and how much i love it. and then i began seeing its influences all over the place. from textiles designs by block shop, to tile floors to wrapping paper from accompany, and typefaces, too. i think bauhaus might be back on trend — although its certainly a classic, and for me it never went out of fashion. it’s definitely a favorite of mine.
•image credits in order of appearance: @blockshoptextiles; bauhaus; artist brian rea; Barcelona Print Wrapping Paper by the dharma door from accompany; cult / xxviii; Josef Muller-Brockmann’s Beethoven poster; block shop textiles’ ripple pillow; David Bowie costume, 1973, by Kansai Yamamoto; uh huh by tauba auerbach; block shop textiles’ temple scarf; quarter circle tiles by smink things; 8 by sawdust design; hable construction’s rise print from revitaliste; le Corbusier by Oat Creative; it’s a long story by artist sarah maxey; new artwork from @maraserene; bauhaus theater study from bagtazo; watching eye print by artist jennifer ament; @timothy evans; Martin Munkacsi, Greta Garbo on vacation, 1932 via flavorwire; pamplemousse scarf by block shop textiles; tiny’s matchbook cover via frank kelsey; magnet pillow by block shop textiles; @blockshoptextiles.
from sfgirlbybay http://www.sfgirlbybay.com/2017/06/26/on-trend-bauhaus/