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Marlow Moss

marlow_moss_houten model voor constructie in aluminium 1956

Marlow Moss, wooden model for aluminum construction (1956)

Walter Benjamin on Piet Mondriaan

In 1986, Walter Benjamin delivered a lecture on Piet Mondrian at the Marxist Center in Ljubljana. In this lecture, entitled Mondrian 63–96, Benjamin presents several works of the abstract artist ranging in date from 1963 to 1996.

Ryan Gander


‘Samson’s push, or No. VI / Composition No.II’ (2011) by Ryan Gander.

A pillar made from custom coloured LACK Ikea side tables. The colours correspond to the colours and area of the painting ‘Piet Mondrian – No. VI / Composition No.II, 1920, Oil on canvas, 1163 x 1163 x 62 mm, Purchased 1967 by the Tate collection’.

Piet Mondriaan’s 140th Birthday

Today marks the 140th birthday of Piet Mondrian!

See more images how his style keeps influencing daily life in our ever expanding collection.

(image via Naomi Taverdin)

Piet Mondrian

On February 1st 1944 Piet Mondrian died from pneumonia in New York. He was buried in Cypress Hills cemetary in Brooklyn, New York.


Stefan Benchoam

Untitled (2011), by Stefan Benchoam

Adding to the birthday celebrations, even though that was yesterday.

Pietmondriaan.com’s 2nd birthday!

Today is Pietmondriaan.com’s second birthday, and we wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who’s been following us! Your responses so far have been great and we hope to have you back here anytime!

The beautiful picture above was sent to us by Fieke van Berkom and is part of our collection of Mondriaan-inspired miscellany. Keep those coming as well!

All the best, Michiel and Simon.

Pietmondriaan is 1


Pietmondriaan is 1 year old today.
Thanks to all readers, artists and friends who help to grow the collection.


Olof Olsson


‘Mondriananalysis’ (1994) by Olof Olsson.

An attempt to make Mondrian more popular. In a consultation clients have their personalities analysed through birthdate-generated Mondrian pictures.

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Piet Mondriaan Collection

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We have started a growing collection of everyday stuff inspired by Piet Mondriaan. You might know it from our facebook-group. (Thanks Albert). Now also here on pietmondriaan.com

Check collection!


Feel free to send in anything related to Mondriaan! (photo’s, links etc.)