This sentence invokes paintings like this one, inspired by Mondrian's style:
The De Stijl movement was an inspiration for the album of the same name by blues-rock band The White Stripes. Frontman Jack White was a fan of the movement, particularly the work of furniture designer Gerrit Rietveld. The album's cover is reminiscent of the simplistic, abstract style. The limited colour palette used by Neoplasticists (red, yellow, blue, black, white, grey) is also thought to have influenced the band's colour scheme of only white, red and black clothing and artwork, as well as their stripped-down, raw sound.
Listen: Death Letter - The White Stripes