“151 skeins of wool dyed with native dyes”, three sets. Donated to The Manchester Museum April 1908 by a Dr C. B. Plowright.
“Neil Harbisson (27 July 1982) is a British-Catalan cyborg artist, musician and performer best known for his self-extended ability to hear colours. In 2004 he became the first person in […]
19-20 APRIL 2012 An International Conference exploring colour within Applied Arts, Health & Well-being In association with the Journal of Applied Arts & Health and The University of Northampton Over […]
I offer you my heart (of a cabbage). Not red, nor pink; It’s a throbbing purple, that glorious bruise. Layer upon layer of crinkled curled corners; Peel it gently or […]
To continue the ‘crayon’ theme, here are some wonderful crayon sculptures by artist Diem Chau. http://diemchau.com/
By artist and scientist Stephen Von Worley: http://www.datapointed.net/2010/01/crayola-crayon-color-chart/
“Troy Emery is an artist who lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. He graduated from a Bachelor of Fine Art (hons) at the Hobart School of Art, University […]