Born in Russia, Sonia Delaunay became famous for her bold use of geometric shapes and colors. Alongside her husband, Robert Delaunay, she helped develop the Orphism Art Movement. This style branched off of Cubism and focused on highlighting geometric abstraction and bright colors. Sonia often played with concentric circles in her paintings, frequently breaking them apart and adorning them with a multitude of eye-catching colors. Sonia spent her career exploring a variety of mediums, designing textiles, creating sets and costumes for theater shows and films, decorating cars, and making furniture. Delaunay later made history as the first living female artist to have a retrospective exhibition at the Louvre. Her work spanned the arc of the 20th century and still inspires modern graphic designers and artists.