soluz architects: de overkant
a long term redevelopment project aims to be a catalyst in sustainability and community resilience in a challenged area of amsterdam.
Analogous Colors - Kissing Cousins or Noisy Neighbors?
For this seventh installment of my weekly design series, I'm continuing along with the color wheel, this time looking at Analogous Colors. Analogous Colors are next door neighbors on the color wheel. They go together quite naturally due totheir close proximity. In fact, sometimes it can be hard to decide where one color leaves off and the next begins. Take the paint color Cadmium Yellow Medium for example. Is it really, truly yellow, or is it orange? My eye tends to say it's the later…
CORES ANÁLOGAS - Analogous relationships use two or more colors that sit next to each other on the color wheel. Examples would be orange/yellow-orange/yellow or yellow-green/green/blue-green. #colourtheory
Color Palette #2046
Bright sun in plum sunset - that's the way you can characterize this combination. Bold and daring, it has enough bright and dark colors to create a vivid image for a summer dress, packaging design for cosmetics or a web site about beaty. Women will appreciate the vibrancy of colors.