Pioneer of abstract and non-figurative art and founder of what is internationally regarded as typical 'Dutch design'.
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Piet Mondrian is one of the famous recent Dutch painters and member of art movement 'De Stijl'. Especially his abstract paintings are very recognizable and can be used for the decoration of personal accessories like bags. This Loqi bag is printed with a fragment of the world famous painting ‘Composition in Red, Yellow and Blue' by Piet Mondrian. The Loqi bag is also a very practical bag: it is foldable, reusable, washable, and also ideal for carrying groceries since the bag can carry up to 20 kg. Shopping in style!
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Loqi bags with prints of famous Dutch artists
Loqi bags are beautiful, foldable and reusable bags. A selection of Loqi shoppers is decorated with prints of works of some of the greatest Dutch artists ever, such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Mondrian. No doubt that you stand out in the crowd with one of these bags. This shopper in printed with the famous painting ‘Composition in Red, Yellow and Blue' by the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. Just carry such a beautiful painting in your hand.
Due to its light weight of only 55 grams, the spacious format of 50 x 42 cm (h x w), the spacious handle (27 cm) and the material (85% polyester, 15% spandex) The Loqi bag is perfect for on the go and for daily shopping or unexpected purchases. Take the Loqi bag with you during shopping, you can fold it into a tiny package and since you don’t need plastic bags it saves both money and environment. The pouch inside the bag has a zipper and the bag itself is waterproof. Perfect for a rainy day as well. The Loqi bag comes in a convenient matching pouch of 11 x 11.5 cm to store the bag in. Click here to view a video on how to fold the Loqi easily.
From Mondrian to Dutch Design
In 2017 it was hundred years since art movement "De Stijl" was founded in the Netherlands with the launch of the magazine De Stijl by designer Theo van Doesbrug in Leiden. Piet Mondrian was one of the designers and architects of this art movement who wanted to introduce a whole new art form that would have a great influence and bring about innovation in society. And with success. Even today Dutch designers like Hella Jongerius, Maarten Baas, Piet Hein Eek and Joris Laarman are inspired by De Stijl and its designers.
Piet Mondrian (1872 – 1944) was a Dutch painter, art theorist and a pioneer of the abstract and non-figurative art. Especially his later geometric-abstract work, with the distinctive horizontal and vertical black lines and primary colours is world famous and serves as inspiration for many architects and designers of applied art. Mondrian Works can be found in The Hague City Museum (over 300 including the unfinished Victory Boogie Woogie), Kröller Müller Museum – and in the US: Museum of Modern Art New York, National Gallery of Art Washington.
|Design||: Mondrian style|
|Material||: 85% polyester,15% spandex|
|Dimensions||: 50 x 32 cm (h x b)|
|Washable||: Washingmachine 30 degrees C|
: Water resistant, wear weight 20 kg,
: OEKO-TEX certified
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