The origins of colour were made by hand. Imperfections, serendipitous irregularities and fading were accepted aesthetics. The RGB Series is the result of a study on handmade colour and glazes. By exploring coloured glaze and translucency levels in the glazes, each fundamental colour RGB (Red, Green & Blue) is broken down and observed in its purest form, a phenomenon known as chromatography. The series also studies the basic influence of colours on other colours, termed simultaneous contrast which laid the building blocks of successful colour palette making.
A pure efficient exploration of one hue - green and it's various tones or tints, specifically chosen to create palettes of close-tonal harmonies.
As green is also a particularly comfortable shade for us to look at and the visual effect is simple and sophisticated, streamlining forms and minimising distractions.
Analogous; Greens on Blues
Colours that are neighbours on the colour wheel, such as blue-green or yellow-green. Analogous colour combinations are harmonious by nature and can be used to evoke specific moods such as serenity, richness and nurture.
Complementary; Greens on Reds
Opposites attract, and it’s no different with colours directly opposite each other on the colour wheel. Used together, these pairings create visual energy and positively vibrating effects.
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