Giacomo Balla Futurist suit c. 1920
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Giacomo Balla - Futurist suit. Balla designed suits that was a "manifesto on menswear". he used triangular lines and bright colors, much different then any suit before, which were usually plain with dull colors.
The fast-paced rhythm of modern life was evoked by dynamic textile designs and asymmetrical cuts. The Futurists suggested an unorthodox use of natural and industrial fabrics-paper, straw, burlap, rubber, metals, and plastics. Browns, blacks, and grays were debunked as stodgy and traditional, while brilliant primary colors and reflective, even phosphorescent surfaces pointed the way to a shimmering, exuberant future.
Dark suit, painters tape and 3 complimentary colors = outstanding evening wear.
Giacomo Balla Futurist suit c. 1920 Asimmetria e colori accesi.
Giacomo Balla Futurist suit c. 1920 #fashion
Giacomo Balla, Futurist suit, 1920: Futurismo
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Giacomo Balla in a futurist suit
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Giacomo Balla (July 18, 1871 – March 1, 1958) was an art teacher and participated later in Futurism. In his art he created a pictorial depiction of light, movement and speed.
Deco Evening Cape, c. 1920.
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Deco shawl 1920s Deco silk tulle shawl embroidered with a bold geometric pattern of metallic gold and silk floss, c.1920.
vintage silk tulle shawl, embroidered with a bold geometric pattern of metallic gold, 1920s
Evening Cape, c. 1920s Art Deco pattern of beading + sequins on sheer mesh ("bobbinette:)
Gallery of 1920s vintage clothing at Vintage Textile
art deco design silk shawl with silk embroidery
Vintage Art Deco Evening Cape, 1920
Deco shawl 1920s | Vintage Fashion
Deco Evening Cape, 1920.
Deco shawl 1920s
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Il panciotto è un capo del quale i futuristi hanno trasformato da indumento neutro a provocatorio. Il capo è realizzato con la tecnica dell' "assemblage" di stoffe colorate.
Giacomo Balla - Italian Artist who dabbled in fashion
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Blue Blue, Geometric Pattern, Blue White, Royal Blue, Blue Purple
pattern for chloé s/s 2008 / color / #MIZUstyle
Geometric pattern for chloé s/s 2008
pattern for chloé s/s 2008. Colors.
purple + blue + blue
Chloé blue purple
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Color - We love the deep, chalky magenta in the back. Rich color with a hint of texture in it is what we seem to be pulling towards.
I guess I'm ahead of the curve! This is already my livingroom palette: Light Pink, Magenta and Jade Color Palette by Sarah Hearts
Light Pink, Magenta and Jade Color Palette | Sarah Hearts by Sarah Hearts
Light Pink, Magenta and Jade/Teal Color Palette by Sarah Hearts
Sarah Hearts - Light Pink, Magenta and Jade Color Palette
#color #party #decor #pink #teal - TSUMORI CHISATO
Light Pink, Magenta and Jade Color Palette
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Bathing Suits, Deborah Turbeville, Turbeville 1975, Eye Photographed, 1975 Deborah
There’s More To a Bathing Suit Than Meets the Eye… photographed by Deborah Turbeville for US Vogue, May 1975
There’s More To a Bathing Suit Than Meets the Eye… Magazine: #Vogue US May 1975 Photographer: Deborah Turbeville ~ETS #theseventies #bathingsuits
There’s More To a Bathing Suit Than Meets the Eye… Magazine: Vogue US May 1975 Photographer: Deborah Turbeville
Vogue US May 1975 Photographer: Deborah Turbeville I Vintage Style. So chic! I www.surania.com #bikinis
There’s More To a Vogue US May 1975 Photographer: Deborah Turbeville
By Déborah Turbeville, Vogue 1975 | #1970s #CandySays
May 1975 Deborah Turbeville
Deborah Turbeville. 1975.
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Giacomo Balla (Italian, 1871-1958), Motivo con parola TAC, c. 1921. Collage of coloured paper laid down on cardboard, diameter 24 cm.
Giacomo Balla * (Turin 1871–1958 Rome) “Motivo con parola TAC”, circa 1921, verso confirmation from Luce Balla, collage of coloured paper laid down on cardboard, diameter 24 cm
Giacomo Balla, a leading Italian Futurist - Motivo con parola TAC - collage (1921)
Giacomo Balla - Motivo con parola TAC - collage (1921)
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Giacomo Balla - fashion was annoying for him - neww shapes and prints
Giacomo Balla - Mobement in Futurist Fashion Design
Karen's Blog: Movement in Futurist Fashion Design
Considered the father of Futurist fashion, Giacomo Balla began designing textiles and suits in 1912/1913. With asymmetrical cuts and diagonal surface patterns, the brightly coloured outfits were a...
Futurism was an avant-garde movement which originated in Italy in the 20th Century by the Italian poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti. The main aim of the Futurists was to destroy older forms of culture and demonstrate the beauty of modern life. They practised in every art form - be it paintings, sculptures, graphic design and fashion amongst others. Whatever the medium, their aim was to emphasize themes associated with contemporary concepts of the future, including speed, technology, youth and violence. Considered the father of Futurist fashion, Giacomo Balla began designing textiles and suits in 1912/1913. With asymmetrical cuts and diagonal surface patterns, the brightly coloured outfits were a direct translation of the dynamic "force-lines" of his painted canvases. The Futurists were aggressively against clothing with frivolous detail, expensive fabrics and furthermore, class distinction in dress. Instead they promoted clothing designed in sleek lines and simple shapes which promoted the unencumbered movement of the human body, and the fast-paced rhythm of modern life as was evoked by dynamic textile designs and asymmetrical cuts. With regards to colour, the Futurists despised the half-tone murky colours, and this can be seen in the way they chose their colours. They opted for bold and brightly intense colours in alarming combinations. This shocking choice of colours was done on purpose so as to unsettle traditional tastes in clothing. One can also note the dynamic designs in cut and texture to accompany the vibrancy of colour of the clothing. Asymmetrical and energized patterns consisting of shapes such as triangles, cones and circles were used since they believed that clothing in these designs integrated the sensations of movement and thus reflect the energy of a new urban society. References: Leila Hartly,2010. Futurist Fashion [online]. Available at [Accessed 27th October, 2013] College Arts Association, Emily Braun. Futurist Fashion: Three Manifestoes [online]. Available at [Accessed 27th October, 2013] http://etd.lib.fsu.edu/theses_1/available/etd-04132004-000259/unrestricted/02_alm_text.pdf (no information available) [Accessed 27th October, 2013] Images source: http://flommus.tumblr.com/page/241
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Sonia Delaunay was a Jewish-French artist who, with her husband Robert Delaunay and others, cofounded the Orphism art movement, noted for its use of strong colours and geometric shapes. Her work extends to painting, textile design and stage set design. Her work in modern design included the concepts of geometric abstraction, the integration of furniture, fabrics, wall coverings, and clothing.
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Sonia Delaunay with her textile designs
Artist Studio | Sonia Delaunay
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les pyjamas, 1930
1920 S, Fashion 1930, Pyjamas 1930, 1930S Outfits
les pyjamas, juan-les-pins (vintage postcard, circa 1920s) My holiday beach style inspiration x
We've been to Juan les pin in the south of France. Ooh lala les pyjamas, 1930
les pyjamas, juan-les-pins (vintage postcard, circa 1920s) GIRL TIME!
France. Wild 1930s outfits. The Pyjamas at Juan les Pins, Cote D'Azur
theyroaredvintage: Wild 1930s outfits. Juan-Les-Pins, Les pyjamas.
Juan Les Pins My Bohemian History Vintage postcard, “Les Pyjamas”
les pyjamas de plage à Juan les Pins -Côte d' Azur
Vintage postcard, “Les Pyjamas” - 1930s outfits
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Jonathan Saunders, blue green : geometric contrasting colour shirt collar
Geometric print and contrasting color shirt collar
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wrapmagazine: We’re big fans of Will Harvey’s abstract pattern...
Big fans of Will Harvey’s abstract pattern work here at...
80's collage pattern - ernests #surfacedesign
Pineapple pattern / texture
Radar Photo #pattern #print
MIMITIKA // blue pattern //
We’re big fans of Will Harvey’s abstract pattern work here at Wrap, especially this rocky repeat. See more at will-harvey.com.
love the colors juxtaposed with the same pattern moving between the two
Colors Juxtaposed, Leaf Prints, Beautiful Patterns, Beautiful Colors
Artist unknown Colour studies with blocked in backgrounds
beautiful colors and patterns.
Double Pattern Water-Lily
nice color combo
stine goya studio :: print developed in collaboration with artist evren tekinoktay
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Africa |Fabrics on sale at a Mali Market
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Mali Market🔹 🔶🔹Gorgeous, Bright Colored, Printed, African Fabrics.
African print fabrics for sale - Mali Market
Africa | Fabrics on sale at a Mali Market
These textiles at an African Market
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Mali Market textiles
AFRICA: Mali Market
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hope gangloff klimt/schiele/freud all mixed together. perfection.
Hope Gangloff, #american #artist #painting
Color palette inspiration- hope gangloff
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LUKAS Giclée Prints by Swiden Design
Food Illustration, Design Illustrations, Flat Design Illustration, Fruit Print, Fruit Design, Art Illustration
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Lukas Giclée Prints by Swiden Design #illustration
LUKAS Giclée Prints / food illustration
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Daily Artist: Theo van Doesburg (August 30, 1883 – March 7, 1931)