We are proud to present a series of greeting cards made in cooperation with Bauhaus Dessau Museum Designshop in Germany.
In the 1920ies the school of Bauhaus experimented with geometry, simplicity and new techniques in art, design and architecture. Today's designers still find inspiration in the style from that era.
One of the techniques the students explored was creating form from simple materials, such as cutting and folding paper. Livingly's new card series is based on the same techniques.
You can see all the Bauhaus-inspired cards here.
If you want to know more about Bauhaus, you can visit the museum here: Bauhaus Dessau Museet.