Second entry for the Adobe Hidden Treasures Bauhaus-inspired business card design challenge #3 for the 100th Anniversary of Bauhaus Dessau.
Circular two-sided business cards using the artwork of Wassily Kandinsky as my inspiration.
At the Bauhaus in Dessau, Wassily Kandinsky taught abstract form elements and analytical drawing in the preliminary course from 1925 to 1932. From the winter semester of 1926-27, he was the head of painting and from 1927, he directed the free painting workshop and free painting class. In 1926, he published the important Bauhaus book Point and Line to Plane. From 1932 to 1933 at the Bauhaus in Berlin, he was head of the preliminary course classes in abstract form elements and analytical drawing and of the free painting class. In 1933, Kandinsky emigrated to Paris and lived there in the suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine until his death.
Font: Designed by Alfred Arndt and created by Celine Hurka.