Piet Mondrian Mini Flip Top Notecard Box
Piet Mondrian’s classic artwork is reproduced here for teNeues museum quality notecard collection.
The Mini Flip Top Notecard box notecards are full color, mini cards that can be used to convey personal greetings, thank-yous and invitations. Not meant to be mailed.
- 16 notecards, 8 each of 2 images.
- 16 envelopes.
- Magnetic closure.
- Sturdy, reuseable box, ideal for keepsakes.
- Box measurements 3 7/10 x 3 7/10 x 1 3/10" in.
teNeues chose the best images from well-known classic and contemporary fine artists, plus talented emerging illustrators and designers from around the globe.
Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was a painter from Amersfoort, Netherlands. Along with Theo van Doesburg, he was a founding member of the Dutch art movement, De Stijl, and the main theorist behind Neoplasticism, which sought to express the principles of pure abstraction through non-representational art – as defined by flat, non-dimensional space, bold primary colors, and geometric lines.