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Britzpetermann's Colour Morphology isn't finished yet
Britzpetermann. It's one name, but actually three. It consists of André Brtiz, Timo Langpeter and Nico Zimmermann. A trio of designers and techies who work together. Childlike curiosity is key. Childlike curiosity helps Britzpetermann make unusual d...
A visit to Vivid Intervals at Established & Sons
The renowned Established & Sons had an intervention done at it's studio showroom during the London Design Week. We needed to find out what it was. The photo's in the catalogue promised vivid colors. We looked around the gallery and down some stai...
A White Collection in the autumn
We know Toshihiko Shibuya from his Snow Pallet in which he colors the snow by reflecting light. He's now used the concept of reflection for the White Collection. What does that have to do autumn? In the fall, plants turn red, orange, yellow or brown....
Tips for London Design Festival by Justine Fox
The London Design Festival is starts saturday september 14th. Throughout London there will be a host of events in museums, galleries and the streets. Justine Fox, director of Clarity InColour has a few tips on where to go this week!   Water - ...
James Turrell in the Guggenheim Museum, New York
The Guggenheim Museum in New York has opened the James Turrell installation 'Aten Reign' on June 22nd. It's his first exhibit in New York since 1980, and for this exhibit he has transformed the rotunda of the famous building by Frank Loyd Wright into...
Gabriel Dawe uses thread to create light
How do you create a beam of light? Turn on a light. Gabriel Dawe found a more work-intensive way creating light, but with a very convincing effect. His installations radiate light, and gives the visitor the impression of there actually being a ray of...
Roos Breeuwer was inspired by a rainbow
Your eyes fool around with your perception. Things aren't always what they seem. Roos Breeuwer plays with this idea. She had a room, with an open entrance. By blocking the entrance, and leaving an open slit in the middle, she was able to play with ou...
Orange by Grey
By Jeanne Goutelle: Orange between orange and Orange: An exhibition of Michael Joaquin Grey   Tired of grey winter shades? Let's meet Mr Grey in person to know how he became a big fan of orange! First I should introduce Mr Michael Jo...
Wies Preijde: Against the Flow
Wies Preijde's project Tegendraads (against the flow), is a tease. In several ways it plays with your sence of space, depth and perception. Wies places textile walls in a space, creating new spaces. The woven walls are partially transparant, so you c...
Habitat Grove snow esthetics: Hidemi Nishida
The Habitat Grove, in the center of Moerenuma Park, Japan, was the chosen location for Hidemi Nishida's installation. He installed atmospheric curtains between the trees, in an area 50 by 50 meters in size, adding gradation and depth to the landscape...
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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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