On February 10, Netflix will be premiering a new original documentary series titled Abstract: The Art of Design.

The show is an exploration of the world's leading designers, from those in the realms of fashion, cars, architecture and beyond, as the series will in turn introduce you to eight of the most creative thinkers and imaginative minds.

Abstract: The Art of Design will thus highlight the creative process behind Bjarke Ingels (architect), Christoph Niemann (illustrator), Es Devlin (stage designer), Ilse Crawford (interior designer), Paula Scher (graphic designer), Platon (photographer), Ralph Gilles (automobile designer) and Tinker Hatfield (Nike shoe designer).

Scott Dadich, creator and Editor-in-Chief of WIRED, acts as executive producer for the project, alongside Morgan Neville and Dave O’Connor.

“If we’ve done it right, ‘Abstract’ will help you understand the future by seeing the intent behind the objects that surround us—and the beauty in the decisions that led to them,” said Dadich.

Abstract: The Art of Design is scheduled to screen its first episode on January 21 at the Sundance Film Festival, before premiering on Netflix February 10.

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