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Colorscape: An Around-The-World Guide to Color

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Publisher Comments:

Colours convey a wide spectrum of emotions and a variety of messages. The multitude of color names alone–– just look at any retail catalog––are testimony to our sensibilities and imagination. A treasure trove of evocative colors and color combinations, COLORSCAPE is a handy reference for those looking for ideas.

Synopsis:

Colors create mental images in the human mind, and covey to us a variety of messages, even more effectively than words in a way so that in any field, strategic color presentation is important for us to attract people or to express exactly what we would like to present. In this book, colors are uniquely introduced by name, in a thematic sequence (ex. country, religion, stories, etc.), and through a presentation of tastes, meaning and background that attend to each color based upon a system called SUTRA*. The 50 themes and 600 colors in the book inspire various thoughts and ideas as you turn from page to page and will make this the world's best color guide book.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780061210112
Subtitle:
An Around-The-World Guide to Color
Author:
Kuno, Naomi
Author:
Forms, Inc
Author:
by Naomi Kuno and FORMS Inc.
Author:
Forms
Publisher:
Harper Design
Subject:
Color Theory
Subject:
Art-Color Theory
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade PB
Publication Date:
20080408
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
7.84x7.13x.53 in. .99 lbs.

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Arts and Entertainment » Art » Color Theory
Arts and Entertainment » Art » Color and Perspective
Arts and Entertainment » Art » General

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"Synopsis" by , Colors create mental images in the human mind, and covey to us a variety of messages, even more effectively than words in a way so that in any field, strategic color presentation is important for us to attract people or to express exactly what we would like to present. In this book, colors are uniquely introduced by name, in a thematic sequence (ex. country, religion, stories, etc.), and through a presentation of tastes, meaning and background that attend to each color based upon a system called SUTRA*. The 50 themes and 600 colors in the book inspire various thoughts and ideas as you turn from page to page and will make this the world's best color guide book.
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