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    Poster design.

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    1917 'The Straight Line', was another title which Theo van Doesburg had in mind. He went for De Stijl, 'magazine for modern visual arts'. Van Doesburg had het tijdschrift aanvankelijk ‘De Rechte Lijn’ willen noemen. Kenmerkend voor de nieuwe stijl was het denken in abstracte composities van lijnen, elementen en heldere, primaire kleuren.

  • Zeke Kisling

    Minimal graphic design

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