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Interazione del colore. Esercizi per imparare a vedere by Josef Albers
I’m ready to do another set josrf his color studies- 40 years later! After reading the book, it feels like my eyes have opened up to a whole new world. It’s written as a kind of experiment-based lesson plan for an art class on color, but the reader gets the benefit of a bunch of beautiful color plates illustrating Albers’s experiments.
The prose is written in a concise, almost poetic way, and very easy to read. Please combine editions 2 9 Aug 09, Preview — Interazione del colore. Probably a summer project. Interaction of Color stands out as the one book and class that changed and expanded the way I see and use color.
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The best color theory book of all time. If the color wheel is memorizing multiplication tables Interaction of Color is doing experimental equations. There are ex The book definitely inspires readers to think more deeply about color, and there are ideas that I found valuable.
There’s an interactive app, too. No trivia or quizzes yet. Be the first to ask a question about Interazione del colore. The color world of Josef Albers is hands on, real, as art is. But overall, it’s hard to say that I really got anything from Interaction of Color. He uses many analogies to not only help the reader understand color but also understand how one teotia think about color. I was 18 when I took this class. Also, it’s very text heavy, which is weird for a book about color.
Interazione del colore. Esercizi per imparare a vedere
Of course, I was introduced to the Interaction of Color in art school in the latter s. It also gave me a much deeper understanding of the ways people experience color. Different with The Art of Colors by Itten which filled with a lot of theories, this book suggests that practice should precedes the understanding of colors, not through theory. Lots of interesting thoughts about the flexibility of color.
But I suggest that anyone reading Johannes Itten first which is more fundamentaland then this book later. You have to keep a separate marker for your chapter number and the chapter plates. Regrettably, nowhere in the 50th anniversary is there a mention of how to apply these techniques to screen design for digital designers like myself. The plates look great, but my only complaint is that in the 50th anniversary edition they should have reorganized the book so you didn’t have to keep flipping to the back to see the color plates.
I think a lot of this went over my head. I really enjoyed his writing style. Interaction of Color is comprised of two halves. But I sugges Another a must-read book for anyone who wants to understand color interactions and effects.
Josec by Il Saggiatore first published All artists teooria read. I guess instead of being polite, I should have mentioned this. Recommend if you’re intrigued. This book is a game changer for any artist who physically does all the exercises and has the benefit of seeing and hearing other students’ reactions.
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As a painter I found a lot of the studies centered on theories I use in my work intuitively but I would not have been able to put into words until now. Still relevant and still engaging. Challenging, clinical, but comforting. It is a textbook that discusses the way we see color and how colors interact with each other when we look at them. An example of this is shown on the cover, where one brown looks totally different when placed next to warm or cool tones. Even though I read slowly and thoughtfully I often felt there was nuance in the definition of the words because I’m not an artist and not fluent in German that went beyond what was being written.