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By Justine Fox: Colour understanding is at the forefront of my work with Clarity InColour. It defines the projects that we engage in for commercial clients whether it's in branding, retail or product range building. But colour is an evolving science...
In geometric art colors are very easy to get wrong. The use of tone is very important in geometric art because of the diversity of shapes and vast amount of angles English artist Zarah Hussain explains. Using similar tones will make a geometric piece...
We've met Toshihiko Shibuya before and this winter he's been at it again. This time at the Ice Hills Hotel in Tobetsu Japan. If you're up for a  last winter experience before the spring comes, here's your last chance to stay in this ice hotel ro...
JeeYoung Lee created fantasy rooms. All completely different, but they're all the same room: her studio. She created a range of different scenes, she photographed them, and she played the lead role. The result is a series of stories that inspire our ...
Every now and then we get the privilege to meet an artist personally. One of the downsides of an internet magazine that operates internationally is that a lot goes over the internet, using skype for example. We meet people at fairs and festivals, or ...
By Jeanne Goutelle:  Valentin Dommanget is a young French artist based in London. His artistic approach is wide open to experiments using colour and media to question the nature of plain flat surfaces. Upon first seeing his work on his web...
What's your favourite color of 2013? We don't know! What we do know, is what the most popular Color Objects article was last year. One article stood out tremendously: Gabriel Dawe didn't only attract the most likes & shares, but was also the most...
There is proof that we all see differently: colour blindness. Kiyoshi Yamamoto Farias investigated it thoroughly and created a project where he made colorful textiles for the colour blind called Get Colour Blind, so the colour blind can actually appr...
We know Toshihiko Shibuya from his Snow Pallet in which he colors the snow by reflecting light. He's now used the concept of reflection for the White Collection. What does that have to do autumn? In the fall, plants turn red, orange, yellow or brown....
The Contemporary Ceramics Centre in London is hosting a special exhibit as part of the London Design Festival ending October 5th called Shades of Blue. Ceramics and the colour blue are inherently linked to each other, blue coming from coloring o...

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Color Objects encourages you to get a better eye and appreciation for colors and characters. To get a special selection of pics and info for you, we find designers and artists that make colorful work from all over the world. There's a lot of character in colors, and having a closer look will change your view of the world and people around you. So we share a host of pics and info from design, art, cultures and the natural world. All about colors.

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