Design ideas for your products.
A selection of specially created graphic and product designs, under the brand of Janina Lamberty - Design, are also available under licence for the design of your products. I would be happy to present further design lines to you.
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The design „Bauhaus“ is based on the Bauhaus-style created by Walter Gropius in 1919. The merging of arts and crafts is characteristic for „Bauhaus“.
#Auto (black & white)
The idea for this design comes from drawing pentagrams. This geometric drawing is created in one single line without interruption. Because you can draw the pentagram with just one line, without lifting the pencil from the paper, and returning to the starting point, it was also regarded a sign of the eternal cycle of life in ancient times.
#Goethe's colours (beige & black)
The design „Goethe‘s colors“ reflects the color-theory of the poet in graphic form. During this observations of nature he discovered that incident light created special colors within prisms. The little squares of color are watercolors set to follow one another consecutively.
The design „Caribbean“ with its variety of colors refers to the works of the artists Franz Marc, August Macke and others. These new art movements initiated the transition towards „Modern Art“ and led to the pioneering revolution of forms and colors in the art of the 20th century.
#Mosaic (coloured & black)
The mosaic design is inspired by the mosaic technique of the Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi. With his specially developed mosaic style he decorated famous buildings, such as Casa Batlló, Casa Milà (La Pedrera) and Parque Güell in Barcelona.
The buttercups-design establishes a connection to the romantic period. Romanticism describes feelings, passion and individuality. Symbolically the buttercup (anemone) was chosen as the flower representing attractiveness and magical attraction.
#Rose (red, green, black)
The graphic design “roses” is inspired by myths and legends. The rose is an everlasting symbol for love and joy. That‘s why people in Barcelona give to each other a rose or a book on Sant Jordi‘s day. A beautiful custom not only for couples.
The young generation and the sociological characterisation "Y" is the source for the "Joy" design. The desire of this generation is to create a balance between work and leisure. In the process, friends and the search for meaning, move into the centre of attention.