minimalism

Eugenia Errazuriz

Eugenia Errazuriz was a Chilean society hostess. She was born in Huici Chile and was active in Paris and London. In 1880, she married the wealthy landscape painter Josรฉ Thomas Errazuriz and settled in Paris.Read More →

Minimalist Flower X-Rays

Photographer Will Connell, a teacher at Pasadenaโ€™s Art Center College of Design, helped Tasker print his pictures and show his unusual work in photography exhibitions. Taskerโ€™s work appeared in U.S. Camera (October 1939) and Popular Photography (March 1942). And then, well, not much more is known of him.Read More →

Emilie Mรถri, a photographer and graphic designer, took advantage of a bright Saturday in the south of France to shoot her new Architectures series. “Marked shadows trace pure designs,” the artist says, adding a range of hues for a minimalist and conceptual effect.Read More →

Easy to Read๏ผšLarge and fashionable numbers against white face creates easy viewing.Read More →

Minimalist prints featured art

Minimalist prints teach us to appreciate “less.” According to experts, minimalist living offers benefits such as peace of mind, increased concentration, increased imagination, and more space for what matters most.Read More →

Pierre Jeanneret featured image

Pierre Jeanneret (1896 – 1967) was a Swiss architect and builder. He was a talented painter, artist, and architect as a young student, greatly inspired by Charles-ร‰douard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier), his cousin and life mentor. From 1916 to 1918, he served in the Swiss Army as a cyclist.Read More →

Modern Minimalist Red House in Portugal

Herdade da Considerada is a tract of arid land with 500 hectares, about seven kilometresRead More →