Lego Blocks

LEGO, beyond simply being a children’s toy, is highly esteemed in the applied and decorative arts for its versatility in functional design and aesthetic, replicating architectural masterpieces and creative displays.
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Color Theory Quick Reference Guide Poster

Psychology Color is an informative poster that explores Color Theory and Color Matching, designed as Canvas Art to enhance your knowledge. These Educational Poster Canvas Wall Art Prints are perfect for decorating your Room, Bedroom, or as thoughtful Gifts. The posters are sized at 16×24 inches (40x60cm) and come unframed for your convenience.Read More →

blue sky ocean

Colour Blue has always been my favourite colour. I am in good company as blue is among the most well-likedRead More →

An explosion of colours at the colour run

As a web designer, my aim in studying colours is to acquire the knowledge that will enable me to use and combine them to support the purposes of the website I am building. I may use understated, muted colours for quiet and subtle sites (Corporate Website).Read More →

YinMn - The New Blue

I am not a natural when it comes to being able to distinguish between different shades of the same colour. It has now just become more difficult to differentiate a new shade of blue has hit a market called YinMn. Researchers named the pigment YnMn after its three elements: Yittrium (Y), Indium (In) and Manganese (Mn).Read More →

Warm, soft, luxuriant reds, mauves, saffron’s pinks, greens, and blues emanate in vaporous waves from each canvas of Jules Olitski’s paintings. He is well-known for his unwavering dedication to saturating his canvases with colour that is distinguished by the spray, the medium, and his use of an inclined foreshortened angle of vision, which rediscovers and extends a method of creating space pioneered by Claude Monet in the 1880s. Through the use of color, Olitski creates illusions of obliqueness.Read More →

Johannes Itten featured image

Itten was a founding member of the Weimar Bauhaus, along with German-American painter Lyonel Feininger and German sculptor Gerhard Marcks, under the guidance of German architect Walter Gropius. TELL ME MORERead More →

colour picks

It is strongly recognised that colours have a very strong influence on our moods and emotions.  As a designer, I want to influence certain physical sensations by introducing particular colours into my projects.Read More →

After a ten days holiday in Tokyo which ended up a visual feast.  I took hundreds of photos with my iPhone the colour within this is vivid and I was interested what type of colour palette I was able to extract from it.  I call it Shinjuku.Read More →

The colour red symbolises confidence and power.Read More →

Josef Albers

Josef Albers believed Art, he felt, is seeing, and he believed that his contemporaries had not done a good job of this.Read More →

Interaction of Color by Josef Albers illustration

Albers with “Interactions of Color,” made it his life work to translate the knowledge gained from existing theories and the results from his personal research into a practical course on the action and interaction of colour.Read More →

Long before people were creating color palettes from beloved films or matching food to their Pantone colors , Emily Noyes Vanderpoel was revolutionizing color theory. The Victorian collector, artist, and scholar published  Color Problems: A Practical Manual for the Lay Student of Color  in 1901 as a breakthrough manual for examining color .Read More →

Colour Theory Book - Featured Image

Color Theory: A Critical Introduction  by Aaron Fine This book analyses essential critical ideas and provides practical direction on theRead More →

Bauhaus Branding featured image

The Bauhaus movement, known for its simplicity and functionality, can aid modern branding by unifying art and craft for efficient designs. It advocates for geometric visual identity, expressive typography, colour contrast, commitment to sustainability and influence on mental well-being, on creating timeless brand identities.
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Warm ochre and neutral hues Scandinavian Design

Scandinavian design, focusing on warm ochre and neutral tones, connects to nature and the environment. It embodies minimalism, functionality, textural variety, and a respect for natural light, reflecting a commitment to sustainability and timeless elegance.
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Frida Self-Portrait with Monkey, 1938 Poster Print, Overall SIze: 16x20, Image Size: 12x16.25

Frida Kahlo’s “Self Portrait with Monkeys” uses masterful color juxtaposition to convey emotion, story, and depth. Rich hues, stark contrasts, and intentional placement direct viewers’ gaze, encapsulating narrative and demonstrating color theory proficiency.Read More →