Considered the father of Futurist fashion, Giacomo Balla began designing textiles and suits in 1912/1913. Art is not a luxury, it is a necessity.

Considered the father of Futurist fashion, Giacomo Balla began designing textiles and suits in With asymmetrical cuts and diagonal surface patterns, the brightly coloured outfits were a.

Giacomo Balla. very geometric design, shattering of space

Considered the father of Futurist fashion, Giacomo Balla began designing textiles and suits in Art is not a luxury, it is a necessity.

Giacomo Balla 1930

As a futurist painter, Balla envokes motion into his artwork and often uses very bright colours to contrast with the dark negative space.

Giacomo Balla, a leading Italian Futurist - Motivo con parola TAC - collage (1921)

By Giacomo Balla Motivo con parola TAC (Pattern with word TAC), Collage of colored papers on cardboard, diameter 24 cm.

Giacomo Balla

Giacomo Balla, suit design/fashion designs, 1914 - Called the Anti-Neutral Suit

Giacomo Balla, Woman’s Clothing, 1929. Balla had considerable influence on younger abstract painters in the years following WW1, the geometric exuberance and ice-cream colors of his scarfs and blouses also clearly anticipated Emilio Pucci's silks of the 1960s. After 1915 Balla turned to women's dress and accessories, particularly blouses, hats, and scarfs, but they remained secondary to his reevaluation of the male wardrobe.

Giacomo Balla, woman’s dress, 1929 This was pretty advanced for back in that time period, I can easily see this being worn today

La guerre, Giacomo Balla

Giacomo Balla La Guerra (The War), 1916 olio e collage/oil and collage cm UniCredit Art Collection © Giacomo Balla, by SIAE 2013

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