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By Jeanne Goutelle: Orange between orange and Orange: An exhibition of Michael Joaquin Grey   Tired of grey winter shades? Let's meet Mr Grey in person to know how he became a big fan of orange! First I should introduce Mr Michael Jo...
Kaffe Fassett, well-known for his colorful work with textiles and fashion. 'A life in Colour' the exhibit is called and it's clear why. His last exhibit in London was record breaking in 1988. Now over 100 pieces are exhibit in an installation designe...
Thomas Shahan has a great series of photo's on Flickr. Extreme bug close ups that really show the colors you normally don't see. They don't even look scary anymore, and some of their names are quite special. In order of apprearance: ommatidia of a dr...
Seattle is a port town. Mary Iverson's home. She was lucky enough to have met someone let her into the ports. The cranes in the port are Seatlle red, an orange type red. Mary got hooked on the cranes with the blue sky in the background. That's when s...
He's become more aggressive over the years, in terms of his use of colors. He is Hense, an Atlanta based artist. He's adjust to what he thought his customers would like, so he wouldn't pink for example, trying to keep his colors muted. He was very ca...
Not a man of many words, when asked about his work, Haroshi's reply was 'I am just producing works that I like'. He's a skater, and his sculptures are made of layered skateboards. Just alot of them put on top of eachother to make the sculptures you s...
One thing we like about digital is the pixellated nature of it. Seen up close you only see individual blocks of color. From a distance, you'll see a recognizable image as the colors blend together. Chuck Close's paintings are digital, not because it'...
Christmas is over, and the new year will be a blast. Combine to the two and you may get something like Alan Sailer's photo series. We all know photo's of blowing stuff up, and Alan Sailer has timed it perfectly when blowing up christmas ornaments. He...
Italian born and growing up in Germany, at 17 Francesco Lo Castro moved to Miami, Florida. There's a very international demographic there that fits his background and it fits what Francesco does. He's always felt like an immigrant, and the good thing...
Her paintings are like a mood-song or mood-film. You play whatever song fits your mood. Upbeat dance when you feel energetic, heavy metal when you feel aggressive. Or you might play what you want to feel like. Erin Cooper paints according to her mood...
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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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