Fashion and art have always inspired each other. In 1961, for example, designer Yves St. Laurent created a famous shift dress with the motif of an abstract Mondrian painting. This approach led Sylvia Schramm to create another work. The colored stripes have become small dots. YSL’s look (Look) focuses on Mondrian’s art with whose inspiration he created a costume-historical fashion style (Yve’s Look).
The original dress hangs today in the Fundation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent in Paris and is world famous, partly due to its high level of workmanship.
The red luminous frame in Plexiglas corresponds with the center of the scene and is supported by the interplay of the reflective metal.
The series of works GRAPHICS includes 10 motifs, is numbered as a limited edition of 30 pieces each and signed by the artist personally. There are 2 sizes selectable per motif.