VANS Classic Slip-On (MoMA) Vasily Kandinsky VN0A4U381ID

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VASILY KANDINSKY

(French, born Russia. 1866–1944)

Orange. 1923.

Kandinsky made color theory an important part of the Bauhaus curriculum, and his preoccupation with primary form (basic geometric shapes including the triangle, circle, and square) and primary colors (red, blue, and yellow) influenced a new generation of artists. During this time, his abstractions became increasingly hard-edged, as in Orange, with the circle emerging as his favored form—“a precise but inexhaustible variable,” he said, that “points most clearly to the fourth dimension.


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VANS MoMA ... from our collection to yours

Vans and The Museum of Modern Art collaborate on a footwear and apparel collection highlighting works by celebrated artists from MoMA’s collection. MoMA and Vans share a passion for inspiring creative expression and individuality around the world. The Vans MoMA Classic Slip-On combines the iconic Vans slip-on style with a print featuring Vasily Kandinsky’s abstract work of art. It also includes padded collars for support and flexibility, elastic side accents, and signature rubber waffle outsoles.

• Vans MoMA collection
• Allover Vasily Kandinsky print
• Sturdy canvas uppers
• Elastic side accents
• Padded collars
• Signature rubber waffle outsoles

Composition:Canvas