Whether or not this particular outfit suits your taste, someone has figured out a pretty witty way to “dress” a turkey.
The folks at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore clearly understand something about the potential physical and emotional benefits of good art.
Just discovered “Red Bowl,” a striking metal and glass installation by Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot.
Itching to get to D.C. for this Barnett Newman show before it closes in February 2013.
Speaking of life without green, I can’t help but share this episode of Radiolab, exploring some of the same big questions about color perception.
Shortly after posting about Gidi Vigo’s Pantone Superheroes, I stumbled upon another remarkable Pantone project by photographer Angelica Dass. All images by Angelica Dass (via humanæ)
“Artists can color the sky red because they know it’s blue. Those of us who aren’t artists must color things the way they really are or people might think we’re stupid.” – Jules Feiffer (via Brainy Quote) I love this quote. To me, it has everything to do with understanding the language of [...]
As addicted as I’ve become to watching the Olympics, I find myself equally fascinated by the aesthetics of the event. Talk about a colorful occasion! The incredible scope and scale of the spectacle, the diversity of people and cultures represented, the wash of media pouring over and through it – not to mention the history [...]
Can’t resist sharing these gems by Gidi Vigo (via TAXI) – Pantone colors matched to superheroes:
“All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites.” – Marc Chagall Choosing colors for a project involves intuition. It’s a matter of looking and feeling, stepping back to see if it’s working, tweaking if necessary. Mostly. Having an understanding of color theory can be a great aid in figuring [...]