Color Interaction Parings: Phase 4

I liked this project the most because it allowed me to freely illustrate something, with somewhat loose guidelines as to what the personalized image would look like, it was fun to relax with a drawing for once.

I learned that i’m a Yellow, and that i’m probably always gonna stick with the primary color as my main source of inspiration. For the next project i want to be as in control as possible, and try to create something that i would even want to put in a portfolio. I’m happy with the way this project came out.


Color Interaction Parings: Phase 1

Color Interaction Parings: Phase 2


Color Interaction Parings: Phase 3

Color Interaction Parings: Phase 1

Based on the articles presented, it seems that color, which was once thought of as a constant, is in fact, relative.  According to Josef Albers in The Magic and  Logic of Color;

“In visual perception a color is almost never seen as it really is”

So color is subjective, meaning in one way or another we all see color a little bit differently than the person next to us. from what I was able to gather based on my very small knowledge of color theory, it appears that having your color, lets say a green, beside or surrounded by a darker color, preferably one very different from it, such as a black, can make the color look darker, than if it had a white background, and comparing them, it almost tricks your brain into seeing one darker or lighter than the other.