A Basketball Court Was Styled as a Malevich Painting in Paris – Design You Trust

A Basketball Court Was Styled as a Malevich Painting in Paris


Ill-Studio has collaborated with French fashion brand Pigalle to create a multicoloured basketball court between a row of buildings in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. They took inspiration from a 1930s artwork called Sportsmen by Russian artist Kasimir Malevich – a boldly coloured oil painting that depicts four figures stood side by side. Photos by Sebastien Michelini/Depositphotos.


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