Whether it was a soft mellow neutralized yellow reminiscent of wheat or a clean, clear aqua that recalled the Kingfisher bird, this year's most popular color trends found their way into nearly every room of the house.
Ron Erickson is a seasoned executive with more than 30 years of experience in the high technology, telecommunications, micro-computer, and digital media industries. Mr. Erickson is also the founder of Visualant, Inc.
Where you eat and what you eat become one in this colorful series by Taubmans Paint Partners and Ross Lusted.
I found myself embarking on spiritual journeys I'd never expected to take, exploring new avenues of healing and strength with very little of the old fear and depression to hold me back.
On August 28, 2013 citizens from across this country will converge upon our nation's capital to commemorate and celebrate the historic March On Washin...
Sometimes what seems logical is illogical when producing a sound. We are not out of breath at the end of a phrase. We just need to convince our brains of this and find other ways to access the air.
For me, pitches, tones and keys are more than just about sympathetic vibrations, open strings and other technicalities of physics and orchestration. A pitch suggests a color and an atmosphere.
I don't feel that I'm using technology, I don't feel that I'm wearing technology, I feel that I am technology. I don't perceive my antenna as a device, I perceive it as a part of my body, I perceive it as an organ.
Color, light and luscious painterly brushstrokes have long characterized the works of California artist Leslie Toms. Born in 1951 and raised in the...
Our belief in the value of human aspirations has been often challenged by voices claiming that all these valued aspects of our humanity must be illusions. Can on construct a scientific conception of the world that permits a hopeful view of the human future?
As the industry slides into that time of year where new and returning series get green-lit, I'd suggest the networks consider making that green-light a very bright green. Happy will win the day, while the dark, edgy series will continue to attract a small, nihilistic following.
As a painter, Pablo Picasso had nothing on me. Sure, he had a Blue Period, but it lasted only three years. My Blue Period has lasted almost 25 years, and every time I've had a painting project, it's made me blue, which is the color of the master bedroom and the adjoining bathroom.
And how to use it in a way that works.
Perception, as Deepak says, is mind-made. Perhaps no two sets of eyes will see exactly the same rose, and it may be frustrating when our experiences don't align perfectly with someone else's.
When designing a logo for your business, it's important to take into account the way people interpret color. It's the right time to ask, what kind of emotion do I want my brand to convey?