Sketchbook Manuscript «Kandinsky 1925 Plus» from the series «Frozen Motion»
The first mass-produced open-bound sketchbooks. The cover is featured with Wassily Kandinsky’s, the great master of abstraction, painting “Yellow-Red-Blue”.
With the unusual title of the painting, consisting of three colors, Kandinsky emphasizes their importance in the structure of the final work. It is worth noting that Wassily’s nonobjective works always had unusual names, highlighting the absence of a plot, but not a semantic load.
Adhering to his philosophy, the artist created a complex and mesmerizing geometry in which form, color, and relationships give rise to entirely different allusions to emotions and actions. For example, red here symbolizes boundless warmth, which hides within itself a living, mobile and meaningful force. Yellow, on the other hand, is frivolous. Spreading in all directions, it is cooled by the almighty blue. All of the above is just one of many interpretations of events. Observing the picture, everyone will see in it their patterns and proportions, their version of motion frozen in time.
Creamy unlined pages are great for liners, pencils, and pens. Sketchbooks open ideally 180 degrees and do not close randomly thanks to the open-bounding. High-quality stitching and gluing allow you to withstand loads, and a protective overlay on the cover will extend the life of your sketchbook. The set includes an inlay with a checkered and in-line ruler for ease of writing, making graphs, tables, accurate models, etc.
Manuscript sketchbooks serve as an excellent working tool for artists, designers, IT specialists, managers, and a fashion accessory to inspire creative exploits.