Your wedding colors will be some of the most defining features of your big day. While they’re not as prominent as, say, your dress or your first dance as newlyweds, your wedding color palette subtly ties together all the details, from the flowers to the signage and the table décor, into one cohesive theme. Designing […]
Situated between yellow and red on the visible spectrum, orange has a long history in visual culture. Dubbed the “happiest color” by Frank Sinatra, we’ll take a look at the color orange and its significance from antiquity to contemporary art.
Spanish dramatist, poet and writer Pedro Calderón de la Barca once said “green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises”. From the perspective of a well-loved frog however, it’s not so easy being green. On the visible spectrum, green occupies the space between blue and yellow. In color theory, it is a secondary color, made by mixing blue and yellow together. Here, we’ll have a look at the evolution of green and its impact in art from antiquity to the present day.
Purple has had a long history in visual arts. From prehistoric to modern artworks, purple has come to represent aspects of religion, royalty and status. In this article, we’ll look back on the history of the color purple, its evolution and its impact in the context of modern visual art.
As one of the three primary colors in traditional colour theory and the RGB colour model, blue’s greatest impact is in its capacity to convey strong emotion. Painter Vincent van Gogh once said “I never get tired of the blue sky”, his fascination proving integral to many of his most famous paintings. In this article, we’ll have a detailed look at the history of blue in visual arts and what it means for your photography.
As one of the oldest pigments used by humans, the spectrum of attributes associated with yellow makes it an enduring presence in art and design. In this article, we’ll look at the evolution and artistic impact of yellow from prehistoric to contemporary visual arts.
Color powder is a fun photography tool. But its non-toxic version isn’t available everywhere. You can learn how to make color powder on your own if it’s not available where you live. Here’s an easy tutorial for making your own color powder for photography.
Mix in cheeky signage, add low centerpieces in antique jars and incorporate a pattern into the scheme, such as stripes or chevron.
With such a versatile color combo, lean on your venue and seasonal weather to inspire the décor.
Transform your venue into a Gatsby-esque space filled with live music and bubbly champagne.
Letting Mother Nature’s greenery surround this color palette is the best way to go – an open-air venue.
This theme is all about being down to earth and shabby chic. Try to work as much natural wood into your décor as possible