This informative text introduces many different approaches, including historical and scientific, to understanding color.
The text comprehensively addresses the basics of color use in all media—paintings, photographs, crafts, advertisements, cartoons, commercial design, video, architecture, landscape design, sculpture, and clothing—and discusses applications of color in the age of Web-site design, digital printing, and color management.
The Color Problems in the text suggest experiments around principles of color use.
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