Using Color Psychology for Better Website Results

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Perception is everything. Part of that is influenced by behavior, plus our emotion. Significant studies have shown that color effects not just what we see. It is how we feel about it and that influences our behavior. Sure, what we write and how that is presented is important. We do not, however, want to forget … Continue reading Using Color Psychology for Better Website Results

This Hand-Painted, Patterned Farmhouse Is Drenched in Color — House Tour

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 APARTMENT THERAPY

Name: Kristin Nicholas. I live here with my husband Mark and teenage daughter Julia Location: Western Massachusetts Size: 3500 square feet Years lived in: 20 years, owned Our home was built in 1751 in western Massachusetts on a south facing knoll. It sits alongside an abandoned apple orchard that backs up to a small mountain … Continue reading This Hand-Painted, Patterned Farmhouse Is Drenched in Color — House Tour

Artist Visualizes How People With Synesthesia Experience the World

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'40s-'80s Imagine you could visualize sounds as color and texture, or perhaps hear colors, feel sounds, and taste shapes. This is how people with synesthesia experience the world. It is a neurological condition where the brain processes stimulation in a way that allows the person to experience several senses at one time. Amsterdam-based artist Daniel … Continue reading Artist Visualizes How People With Synesthesia Experience the World

NEWSUBSTANCE’s Coachella Pavilion Takes Visitors on a Journey of Light and Color

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NEWSUBSTANCE's Coachella Pavilion Takes Visitors on a Journey of Light and Color UK-based design studio NEWSUBSTANCE has debuted at the Coachella Valley Music & Art Festival with a seven-floor pavilion taking visitors on an “ever-changing journey of light, color and perspective.” The 75-foot-high (23-meter-high) pavilion named “Spectra” consists of a spiral form featuring an observation deck at its peak, … Continue reading NEWSUBSTANCE’s Coachella Pavilion Takes Visitors on a Journey of Light and Color

This Dutch Home Has the Perfect Moody Color Palette — House Tour

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 APARTMENT THERAPY

Name: Rowena Donker, her husband, their two daughters and two sons Location: Breda, the Netherlands Size: 1,238 square feet Years lived in: 6 months, owned As the adage says: "If you love your job, you never have to work a day in your life." This might sound trite, but Rowena feels very fortunate to be … Continue reading This Dutch Home Has the Perfect Moody Color Palette — House Tour

Rem Koolhaas and Eurolab Call for Creative Ideas on How to Re-Brand the EU

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Rem Koolhaas and Eurolab Call for Creative Ideas on How to Re-Brand the EU Save this picture! AMO's 2001 redesign of the EU flag takes colors from the banners of all member states. Image © OMA OMA founder Rem Koolhaas has joined his colleague Stephan Petermann and artist Wolfgang Tillmans in calling for ideas on re-branding the … Continue reading Rem Koolhaas and Eurolab Call for Creative Ideas on How to Re-Brand the EU

Editorial Design and Illustration for Public-sector Publications

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Marçal Prats shared a beautiful post showcasing the editorial design and illustration work done for very important publications. These public-sector publications have one thing in common: the people. The topics they deal with are very sensitive and therefore the illustrations always convey trust and positivity. For more information make sure to check out: http://www.marcal.net/ Editorial Design & Illustration 1. Customer Services in … Continue reading Editorial Design and Illustration for Public-sector Publications

Cacti Color

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Super Delicious Limited Company

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on April 7 | with No Comments in Asia, Malaysia | Carton, chocolate packaging inspiration, Snacks & Desserts, Super Delicious Limited Company, Zilin YEE | Designed by: Zilin YEE, Malaysia. Super Delicious Limited Company is a conceptual brand of chocolate product based on the idea of the joss paper culture, telling a story of the rituals of … Continue reading Super Delicious Limited Company

Paseo Bandera: Newly Pedestrianized Street in Chile is One Big Work of Art

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One of Santiago, Chile’s most congested streets became a colorful pedestrian promenade full of urban art after a 30-day transformation led by artist Dasic Fernández. Now, the city is fighting to keep it. The 400-yard stretch of road adjacent to Santiago’s government palace and main square was never meant to be a permanent pedestrian zone; … Continue reading Paseo Bandera: Newly Pedestrianized Street in Chile is One Big Work of Art

This 1930s Austin Bungalow Is a Magical Rainbow Inside & Out

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 APARTMENT THERAPY

This 1930s house in Austin may no longer be a home, but I sure want to live here. A former barber shop, and before that (presumably) a regular old house, this building has recently been transformed into the Cute Nail Studio, a business opened with the idea to "create a place that celebrates artistry and … Continue reading This 1930s Austin Bungalow Is a Magical Rainbow Inside & Out

Lovely Minimalist Instagram Account

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Grigoriy Shkarupilo’s Instagram account will brighten up your day. Filled with colorful clichés of his daily adventures, he shows us with finesse and minimalism his daily vision of things.                                 Images Galerie (16)

Color Type

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Fresh Hues

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Sweet Hues

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Color Shards

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Color Float

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Flora Tones

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Folded Hues

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Knitted Camouflage by Joseph Ford.

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[embedded content] London-based photographer Joseph Ford seems to have a fondness for slightly surreal, offbeat sort of image-making. In the same vein as the great Salvador Dali maybe—he has set a crocodile on a pair of Lacoste sneakers, merged a railway line with a zipper, and had live butterflies flutter out of mouths. They’re the … Continue reading Knitted Camouflage by Joseph Ford.