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'A man would rather leave behind him the portrait of his spirit rather than a portait of his face.' This quote from Robert Louis Stevenson says a lot about the work of Neil Seligman. His subjects choose fabrics for the photo session and interacts wit...
Recreating your memories is a difficult task. Memories are very specific, the feelings that are accompanied by the memory even more so. Eric Cahan sees the world as colorful, they make him happy. Eric decided to recreate his memories of sunsets in th...
Obbe Tiddens work relies on timeless themes such as life and death. Not the lightest of themes. But these themes let him use colors to create an immediate contrast, lightening up subjects that would otherwise be dark and heavy. Some of his work can b...
Brydee Rood isn't the trashy type really. But she questioned our relationship to waste, and in that research she realized the colors of rubbish. Yellow, red, blue, orange and also the black. We generally don't want to see waste, but still a lot ...
Bruce Munro's first solo show in the USA is big. 23 acres big to be exact. The Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania asked him to set op this installation that can be seen throughout the summer until September 29th. It consists of six large scale outdoor ...
Many of Studio Roosegaarde's projects use colors, but they don't have to mean anything. Social design is the main point for Studio Roosegaarde. Colors are the foreplay of the installation. The point is actually interactive technology, where their ins...
Standing out is a form of taking responsibility for Softlabs work and ideas. While not rejecting traditions or common ways of putting things together, Softlab aims to build upon the past to create new things that suit the changing environment fo...
When you look at the objects around you and describe them you describe it's shape, functions and probably it's color aswell. If you would focus on it's color, here's how you could do that. After reading this, scroll through the magazine and describe ...
Ray King's work is quite technical, in that it uses the reflection and diffraction of light through prisms and special glass panes so the colors actually change throughout the day and also when you walk past it. They're dynamic works that look differ...
Currently being shown in the Eli Ridgway Gallery in San Francisco, Cassandra C. Jones has been making collages for several years, and recent work made with lightening is striking indeed. If you hadn't noticed yet, you'll see she used the lightening b...
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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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