Colour in the Making: From Old Wisdom to New Brilliance Giveaway

The Winner of the book Colour in the Making: From Old Wisdom to New Brilliance is…

Tony Kadysewski. Congratulations Tony! I hope you enjoy this inspiring book.

Colour in the Making: From Old Wisdom to New Brilliance

In each of my monthly Sensational Color newsletters I offer a giveaway that is announced ONLY TO MY WONDERFUL NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIBERS. The giveaway is not be posted anywhere else. In order to be eligible to enter you need to be a current subscriber.

This month’s giveaway was a wonderful new book — Colour in the Making: From Old Wisdom to New Brilliance

Colour in the Making is a visual history of art and design told through the materials of color—from the discovery and use of early earth pigments through lakes to organic chemistry and into contemporary dyes, inks, printing techniques and manufacture. Throughout this sumptuously colorful book artists’ and designers’ projects illustrate the often behind the scenes inventions and processes of color-making. In doing so Colour in the Making, through its international and deep exploration of the field of color, shows that art and science have always been inextricably linked.

To find out more about this book you can see it at my Amazon shop: Colour in the Making: From Old Wisdom to New Brilliance

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Comments

  1. Thanks for the book on color. Of course it will find immediate use in retail merchandising and fixturing, but I will b e sure to share with my wife who is redoing the entire house. I am sure it will help her think outside her normal color “box.”

    Thanks again, Kate.

    Tony Kadysewski
    Trion Industries, Inc. and FixturesCloseUp.com

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