Color Loves Geometric Forms

When using only simple geometric forms subjects are abstracted and artists give special attention to color, as color becomes much of the subject itself.

A current exhibition in Chicago, Let There Be Geo, focuses on visual artists who use geometric form in their work.  Here is a look at the work of some of those artists. Plus, some recent patterns from Seamless.

Vanesa Zendejas


Geo_Force Geo_spot_light

Steven Husby


blue_geo pink_geo

Cody Hudson

geo_balloons geo_at_night

Geoffrey Todd Smith


circle_colors circle_too

Sam Prekop


fading_city light_fades

Seamless Love

beater bluest_orange

love_it Stretch_My_Slinky

Hungry_for_Lunch notwinter_burlington

like_a_spinning love_more_yellow

K_O treads

slowhand_clones watch_your_manners

Pans_Folly Mammy_Grams

Header by Geoffrey Todd Smith

Author: evad
David Sommers has been loving color as COLOURlovers' Blog Editor-in-Chief for the past two years. When he's not neck deep in a rainbow he's loving other things with The Post Family (, a Chicago-based art blog, artist collective & gallery.