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Aimed to fashion students and designers, Palette Perfect is both a practical guide and an inspirational book that proposes a reflection on the universe of colour combinations, the moods and atmospheres they evoke and how we associate particular places and emotions to special colours. Each chapter explores a particular mood and describes the corresponding feelings and colour combinations, using as examples exquisite photographs of objects, still-lives, landscapes, interiors and fashion. At the end of each chapter, a wide variety of palettes representing the chapter's particular mood or atmosphere is included.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Aimed to fashion students and designers, Palette Perfect is both a practical guide and an inspirational book that proposes a reflection on the universe of colour combinations, the moods and atmospheres they evoke and how we associate particular places and emotions to special colours. Each chapter explores a particular mood and describes the corresponding feelings and colour combinations, using as examples exquisite photographs of objects, still-lives, landscapes, interiors and fashion. At the end of each chapter, a wide variety of palettes representing the chapter's particular mood or atmosphere is included.
Autorenporträt
Lauren Wager is a young graphic designer living in Columbus, Ohio. She is the mastermind behind the exquisite blog Color-Collective (http://www.color-collective.com), in which she gathers beautiful fashion, design, interiors, nature and still-life related photographs and turns them into color palettes, in a unique display of talent and aesthetic sensitivity. She works as a freelance web and graphic designer for a variety of media such as Bath and Bodyworks. Her site has been seen on top blogs such as Design*Sponge, Refinery29, Apartment Therapy, Design for Mankind, Smashing Magazine and The Huffington Post. Lauren's blog has also been featured in five issues of Lucky Magazine, and Joy Cho's first book, Blog, Inc.