We spent a day at the colourful Gardeners World Live on Saturday, an invigorating and exciting riot of contrasting colours from electric blues, sulphurous yellows to explosions of orange.
Gardeners World Live is the place to find great ideas for use of colour, turning gardens into giant colour-wheels with the most striking combinations of reds and greens, purples yellows and every colour in between.
Back in 2010 this brightly coloured family of seven supersized Jelly Babies were installed in London’s Marble Arch as part of Westminster's Sculpture Festival. The Jelly Baby Family is the work of Italian sculptor Mauro Perucchetti and weighs 3.2 tonnes. The sculptures, one of which is more than 10ft tall, were made out of resin by Mauro Perucchetti, an Italian artist.
This little gem of colour can be found in San Francisco, get yourselves over to 16th and Morago and you will discover the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps. This stunning mosaic runs up 163 steps, inspired by the world-famous steps in Rio de Janeiro, was designed by Irish ceramist Aileen Barr and mosaic artist Colette Crutcher. Working with over 300 volunteers the project took over two and a half years to complete.
The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is a world famous festival held before Lent every year and considered the biggest carnival in the world with two million people per day on the streets. The first festivals of Rio date back to 1823.
Many subway stations around the world are often thought of as being dark and miserable places to commute from. But this certainly doesn’t apply to these colourful underground works of art and well thought out architectural designs.
We all see colour differently – as was proved earlier this year when The Dress sent the internet into meltdown as people debated whether it was blue and black or white and gold.
CMYK are the four prime colours found in printer ink and toner cartridges. When mixed together by your laser printer or inkjet printer they can produce many colourful and amazing images. But, how well do you know your colours? Take this test from The Independent to find out.
After the eminent success of our previous infographic, “The 10 Commandments of Typography”, DesignMantic now brings to you its sequel created upon popular demand! Enter, “The 10 Commandments of Color Theory”…
Minneapolis artist HOTTEA created this excellent rainbow of thread atop the pedestrian tunnel at the Williamsburg Bridge in New York, Titled ‘Rituals’ the piece consisted of 2,000 strands and took the artist and his assistants 11 hours to cut and tie.
If you have ever attempted origami, or indeed you are a natural paper folding artist, then take a look at this stunningly colourful and elaborate hand-cut paper artwork produced by Jen Stark. Jen Stark is a contemporary artist whose majority of work involves creating paper sculptures.
Paying homage to the colourful world of comic books, superheroes and villains... COLOURlovers produced this infographic to take a closer look at the colours in comics and see if they too can tell a story...
This individually packaged HP LaserJet Pro 305A Toner Cartridge Multipack is designed to work with the HP LaserJet Pro 300 and HP LaserJet Pro 400 Series of colour laser printers. The Black, Cyan, Magenta and Yellow toner cartridges not only provide you with a significant saving against an original multipack but offer the same quality and, by keeping waste toner cartridges out of landfills, help to protect our environment too.
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