Yusaku Kamekura, artwork for design magazine cover, 1960. Via GuraFiku. Kamekura studied at a bauhaus influenced school in Tokyo. 

Yusaku Kamekura, artwork for design magazine cover, 1960. Via GuraFiku. Kamekura studied at a bauhaus influenced school in Tokyo. 

Paul Klee, Federpflanze - Feather plant, 1919. Oil and ink on linen. Kunstsammlung NRW.

Paul Klee, Federpflanze - Feather plant, 1919. Oil and ink on linen. Kunstsammlung NRW.

Paul Klee, Temple Gardens, Tempelgärten, 1920. Gouache and ink on paper. The Berggruen Klee Collection, 1987. Metropolitan Museum. Via wiki commons

Paul Klee, Temple Gardens, Tempelgärten, 1920. Gouache and ink on paper. The Berggruen Klee Collection, 1987. Metropolitan Museum. Via wiki commons

Muriel Cooper, cover of the Bauhaus publication, 1969. MIT press. More to see here

Muriel Cooper, cover of the Bauhaus publication, 1969. MIT press. More to see here

Paul Klee, Castle and Sun, Burg und Sonne, 1928. Oil on canvas. Private Collection. Via wiki

Paul Klee, Castle and Sun, Burg und Sonne, 1928. Oil on canvas. Private Collection. Via wiki

Paul Klee, Groynes, 1925. Watercolour, pen and ink. Via WikiPaintings.

Paul Klee, Groynes, 1925. Watercolour, pen and ink. Via WikiPaintings.

Paul Klee, The Mask with the Little Flag, 1925. Via WikiPaintings

Paul Klee, The Mask with the Little Flag, 1925. Via WikiPaintings

The idea of color harmony is to discover the strongest effects by correct choice of antitheses.
Johannes Itten