bauhaus_worksheets

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Letter sketchbook, photo: Julia Marquardt

Letter sketchbook, photo: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #13: Letter sketchbook

Typewriter pattern made of open and closed bracket symbols

bauhaus_worksheet #12: typewriter patterns, design: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_worksheet #12: Typewriter patterns

Poster with bold typography advertising the Bauhaus workshops

Poster: Joost Schmidt, 1924, Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

bauhaus_worksheet #11: Typographical abstraction

Portrait of a girl drawn with both hands in red and blue pencil, drawing by Roni Raviv

Two-handed drawing: Roni Raviv

bauhaus_worksheet #10: Two-handed drawing

Photo: Julia Marquardt

Photo: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #9: Letters

bauhaus_worksheet #8, photo: Rubén González Escudero

bauhaus_worksheet #8, photo: Rubén González Escudero

bauhaus_worksheet #8: Slow Vision

bauhaus_worksheet 7, photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_worksheet 7, photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_worksheet #7: Metallic Fashion

bauhaus_worksheet #6, photo: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #6, photo: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #6: Intensified Vision

bauhaus_worksheet #4 © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, illustration: Doro Petersen, photo: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #4 © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, illustration: Doro Petersen, photo: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #4: Roller skating on paper

Schubkarre nach Gerrit Rietveld, Foto: Julia Marquardt

Schubkarre nach Gerrit Rietveld, Foto: Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet #3: Wheelbarrow

bauhaus_lab 2020, photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_lab 2020, photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_worksheet #1: Colourful spinning tops