I find these pages from Paul Klee’s notebooks, circa 1922, to be positively mind blowing. Color formulas, beautiful penmanship and somehow beautiful and artistic at the same time.
Paul Klee, Beiträge zur bildnerischen Formlehre, 1922. Bauhaus Weimar.
(via The Near-Sighted Monkey)
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Beautiful, thanks for sharing! For some reason, I find myself wishing I could buy a notebook of this notebook…
Those are incredibly beautiful
I only wish I had the creative capacity to develop such a notebook. It’s beautiful and has a sense of purpose.
I absolutely love this! This is what I strive for in my perfectionist notes.