Dataviz by Sunlight

The most excellent Tumblr of the Sunlight Foundation

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Infographics: Brighten your life and strain your vision with this massive Pokémon color wheel. [Crunchyroll]

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Infographics: Brighten your life and strain your vision with this massive Pokémon color wheel. [Crunchyroll]
Reblogged 10 months ago from comicsalliance
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Choctone

Graphic project, the Choctone, chocolate tone of Pantone colour chart.
C for chocolate, N for nuts, H for Honney, G for Grape
Production: Ramses Post-production Aurélio

Choctone

Graphic project, the Choctone, chocolate tone of Pantone colour chart.

C for chocolate, N for nuts, H for Honney, G for Grape

Production: Ramses Post-production Aurélio

Posted 1 year ago
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datavis:

Searching for Peace in Old Age by Hyperakt

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Searching for Peace in Old Age by Hyperakt

Reblogged 1 year ago from datavis
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Beertone, A Color-Matching System That Uses Beer Color

Screw you, Pantone… There’s a new color-matching system on the block. Assuming that you only need the warm amber and golden hues of beer, Beertone is here to help. The formula guide includes 202 beers, their vital info, and color.

Beertone, A Color-Matching System That Uses Beer Color

Screw you, Pantone… There’s a new color-matching system on the block. Assuming that you only need the warm amber and golden hues of beer, Beertone is here to help. The formula guide includes 202 beers, their vital info, and color.

Posted 1 year ago
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Table of Physiological Colors Both Mixt and Simple by Richard Waller, 1686 – a predecessor to Goethe’s famous color wheel from Theory of Colours. Waller’s table provided a cross-reference for colors one might find in nature. If a shade didn’t match exactly, he proposed, it was a simple matter of locating where on the table’s color-continuum that shade might fall.

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Table of Physiological Colors Both Mixt and Simple by Richard Waller, 1686 – a predecessor to Goethe’s famous color wheel from Theory of Colours. Waller’s table provided a cross-reference for colors one might find in nature. If a shade didn’t match exactly, he proposed, it was a simple matter of locating where on the table’s color-continuum that shade might fall.

Reblogged 1 year ago from explore-blog
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Vogue Covers Covered by Arthur Buxton

British artist Arthur Buxton set out to chart the color trends used on Vogue magazine covers through the years from various editions around the world in his series Vogue Covers Covered.

Vogue Covers Covered by Arthur Buxton

British artist Arthur Buxton set out to chart the color trends used on Vogue magazine covers through the years from various editions around the world in his series Vogue Covers Covered.

Posted 1 year ago
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Cymbolism

The website Cymbolism wants your input to help establish what colors people associate with words. You’ll be given a word, and you select the color that you most associate it with, from a rather limited selection of colors. Some words are hard to color, like “Brooklyn.”

Cymbolism

The website Cymbolism wants your input to help establish what colors people associate with words. You’ll be given a word, and you select the color that you most associate it with, from a rather limited selection of colors. Some words are hard to color, like “Brooklyn.”

Posted 1 year ago
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Wonderful World of Color

Wonderful World of Color

Posted 2 years ago
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The Colour Clock

Representing time as a hexadecimal value

The Colour Clock

Representing time as a hexadecimal value

Posted 2 years ago
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Reblogged 2 years ago from vetas
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The Anatomy of a Cupcake

The Anatomy of a Cupcake

Reblogged 3 years ago from somniloquy
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shanembailey:

Color of the Year 2010

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Color of the Year 2010

Reblogged 3 years ago from shanembailey
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shanembailey:

Colors of the Social World

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Colors of the Social World

Reblogged 3 years ago from shanembailey
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