design-is-fine:

Josef Albers, Color sheets and layout of the Never Before series, 1976. Metropolitan Museum.

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The #albersfoundationxroksandailincic collection has arrived!

youngbradford:

Nicholas Fox Weber likes to tell stories. And he’s damn good at them, with comedic timing and a glisten in his eye, he’s magic when discussing Josef and Anni Albers. He brings their stories to life in an animated and sincere way. Not only is it obvious that Nicholas loves the art of Anni and…

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youngbradford:

Albers lamp. (at Albers Residence (:)

youngbradford:

Albers lamp. (at Albers Residence (:)

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#AlbersXFab #AnniAlbers Tray and #Rhubarb 

#AlbersXFab #AnniAlbers Tray and #Rhubarb 

nicholasfoxweber:

Learning To See Josef Albers as a Teacher from The Bauhaus to Yale
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nicholasfoxweber:

Learning To See Josef Albers as a Teacher from The Bauhaus to Yale

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musicalmassage:

Anni Albers, Color Study, 1970.

musicalmassage:

Anni Albers, Color Study, 1970.

Albers x Fab now featured on Fab.eu.Fab.comThe captivating patterns conceived and crafted by Bauhaus artist and textile designer Anni Albers are a bold testament to her eye for intricate shapes and complementary colours. Fab is honoured to partner with The Albers Foundation and create this striking collection of geometrically inspired homeware and accessories. 

Albers x Fab now featured on Fab.
eu.Fab.com
The captivating patterns conceived and crafted by Bauhaus artist and textile designer Anni Albers are a bold testament to her eye for intricate shapes and complementary colours. Fab is honoured to partner with The Albers Foundation and create this striking collection of geometrically inspired homeware and accessories. 

etceterablog:

Josef Albers “Paul Klee, Dessau, 1929”, 1929 Three gelatin silver prints. Overall 6 3/4 x 16 7/16 in. (17.1 x 41.8 cm)

etceterablog:

Josef Albers
Paul Klee, Dessau, 1929”, 1929
Three gelatin silver prints.
Overall 6 3/4 x 16 7/16 in. (17.1 x 41.8 cm)

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