The Piet Mondrian Effect
Piet Mondrian was one of the key influencers in modern art history, particularly from the De Stijl movement. His work shaped the way designers understand the process of connecting complex theories and simple shape and color. Mondrian is often considered the father of minimalism and reductive theory, creating work based off of the simplest elements of design. “The Piet Mondrian Effect” explores these types of relationships that Mondrian created which shape today’s contemporary art and design world.
Our speaker, Chris Bartoldus, is a current student at the Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, GA), earning two Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degrees, in Graphic Design and in Advertising/Branding. Chris is a member of the Savannah chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA) and is a recent awardee of the 2020 Excellence in Design award from Communication Arts magazine. Some select clients include Abercrombie & Fitch, Lenovo, The Town of Cary, Project Transcend, Tandem, Noom, MOVE, YAP!, Chow and Pals, and The EMMYs.
You can find Chris’ work at www.ChrisBartoldus.com.