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
Searching for Peace in Old Age by Hyperakt
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.
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.”
Representing time as a hexadecimal value
Color of the Year 2010
Colors of the Social World
Visualization of how different cultures associate colors with feels etc by InformationisBeautiful.net. Click on the picture for the original.