Kandinsky reimagined

Kandinsky reimagined

South Korean designer Jong Min has shared an incredible typographical and illustration project, which was inspired by the painting style of Vassily Kandinsky.

Jong has designed each letter based on the work of Tano Veron. The end result is an abstract, colorful font family consisting of 3D elements, which definitely captures the style of Kandinsky.

Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky was an important artist of the Russian avant-garde. The painter and poster designer played a prominent role in the renewal of European art, and has a great influence on creative professionals even today.

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Source: abduzeedo.com

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