- Color Matters
- Colour Lovers (blog)
- Gamblin Color Space
- Inventory of Color in Photography
- Itten’s Seven Color Contrasts
- Kuler Adobe Color Schemes
- Lines and Colors
- Munsell Color online
- Pantone Color
- Wikipedia Color Theory
FEATURES ON THE SUBJECT OF COLOR
I. CONTRAST OF HUE
Using Goethe’s Theory of Colours (Zur Farbenlehre) as point of departure, Light Darkness and Colours takes us on a fascinating journey through the universe of colours. In 1704, Sir Isaac Newton published *Light and Refraction*, his study of the interactions between sunlight and prisms. Newton was, as a good scientist, intent on achieving objectivity, which meant studying sunlight in isolation. He thought colours were contained solely in light, and found the spectrum he was looking for. When he reproduced this experiment, Goethe found another, hidden set of colours missed by Newton. Goethe found the hidden colours in the boundaries between light and darkness. He felt, as an artist, that one could not talk about light without including darkness. Calling it ‘the light-darkness polarity’, Goethe made this new scientific discovery using artistic methods in conjunction with science.
III.RADIO LAB ON COLORS: Season 10 Episode 13 COLOR!
Go to the link above to listen to the entire podcast – This RADIO LAB segment is highly entertaining and very informative!!