Monochrome Bleu Sans Titre (couleé), (1956), Monochrome Bleus

Allures (1959), empreintes

Monique (1960), anthropométries 


As you all know, VINN lovesss blue.
It is the color of our logo, our font, and of course we put the color all over our Instagram - @vinn.official every time we got a chance to *wink

So today, we want to share one of our blue-spiration artist with you! 

This artist started off with painting monochromes and very well known for his photomontage. He was also famous for his work on sculptures and painted 3D reliefs.

Yves Klein was an artist that loves to use solid colors like gold, rose, and above of all, blue. He then eventually patented the color ‘International Klein Blue’ - using his distinctive deep blue hue in 1960.

Yep, the right and our cupoftea kinda blue. 

Scroll down to explore more of his "blue" works....


Piège bleu pour lignes (1957) , Sculpture

Globe terrestre bleu (1961), Reliefs planétaires 

Victoire de Samothrace (1962), Sculpture


Sponge Relief (1959), Musiktheater im Revier, Gelsenkirchen

Le Vide - The Void (1958) displayed at the Iris Clert Gallery 


Yves Klein 28 April 1928 – 6 June 1962

A french artist, leading member of the French artistic movement of Nouveau réalisme.