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Kaleidoscopic Artworks by Bram Vanhaeren

Published Jul 21, 2017

“Kleurstaal” is a personal project by Belgian designer Bram Vanhaeren (previously featured here) exploring vibrant color palettes and geometric shapes.

“Kleurstaal is a Dutch translation for ‘Colour Palette/language’. For me personally, it represents a lifestyle where you & I have more missions in life than one. Where we’re willing to tap all in for all of them! Each colour represents a mission and eventually turns into a vibrant colour palette!

Today I want to share these colour palettes with everyone free to experience these and invite you to use any colour palette, get inspired by it & eventually find your own unique Kleurstaal. Have a lovely day.”

Bram Vanhaeren

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