The amazing people over at Unicorn scooters reached out to us to share a bit more about their vision and of course, their design process. They create a scooter totally focused on the idea of sharing. It’s electric and has a super sleek look.
One of my favorite artists of all time is Piet Mondrian. He is known for being one of the pioneers of 20th-century abstract art, as he changed his artistic direction from figurative painting to an increasingly abstract style until he reached a point where his artistic vocabulary was reduced to simple geometric elements. That is exactly the phase I am the biggest fan. I painted a few pieces recreating some of his iconic pieces like the Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow from 1930 for example. So it’s not a surprise if every time I see something that resembles the master Mondrian it will inevitably catch my attention. That’s exactly the case of the industrial design for a bento box, yes you read it right, created by Yum tang inspired by Mondrian.
Yum experiment with the idea of using Mondrian’s abstract geometry mixed with food colors to recreate the inspired Bento Box. It’s quite creative and definitely beautiful, especially the examples that she listed on her Behance profile. Mondrian’s abstract geometry mixed with food colors to recreate the inspired Bento Box
In addition to that, apparently there was a partnership with Thinkpad, I couldn’t understand quite well because the post was Chinese and the translation was a bit all over the place.