Malevich Fridge Magnets

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Kazimir Malevich (1879–1935) founded the Suprematism art movement in 1913. It was characterized by abstract geometric forms that promoted pure feeling and a reserved color palette. This movement inspired Russian avant-garde poster designers, including Nikolai Prusakov (1900–52) who signed his posters with a tetrahedron-shaped glyph. 

The Barcelona-based studio BeaMalevich invites you to create your own Suprematist composition with this set of 32 fridge magnets. Change up your masterpiece whenever you feel inspired, or whenever you grab a snack from the fridge. 

16 white/black and 16 red/black vinyl magnets. Manufactured by BeaMalevich. Each magnet measures 2.5 x 2.5 inches.

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