As you may have guessed, the "neo-plastic" works of Piet Mondrian were the inspiration for this site's design. Much of the look of the site was suggested by the way Mondrian did some of his paintings in 'series' - groups of paintings with similar backgrounds, but different placements of colored planes and/or black, space-breaking lines.

Mondrian's paintings are far more complex when viewed in the original than any reproduction or simulation. Details come out that way that are effaced by process-color printing, like the subtle variations in white and gray tones, and the brushstroke work in the planes of solid color.

Plus, I just love his stuff. *grin*

If you'd like to learn more, please feel free to peruse the links below.

(The first link in a line leads directly to the Mondrian portion of a site, while the following link leads to the site's top level, so that you can see it all if you wish! All links will open in a new window - to return to this site, you may close the new window.)

(If any of the links above fails to work, please e-mail me and I'll see what can be done to fix it.)