I couldn’t stop myself to again show some amazing design in black & white. It is such a versatile source and has such a powerful design language that it pops up time and again and has the capacity to keep us hooked over and over again. The current interest in geometric design may have to do with the fact that we’re celebrating 100 year Bauhaus in museums and galleries across the world. Architect Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany, in 1919. Although it was in operation for just 14 years, it has become the most influential art and design school in history. At first influenced by 19th and early-20th-century artistic schools and movements this vision had, by the mid-1920s, given way to a stress on uniting art and industrial design, and it was this which underpinned the Bauhaus’s most original and important achievements. Many of its key principles as form follows function and linear geometrical forms where only line, shape and colour mattered, still stand today in fashion and interior design!