Part 2 in Jude Stewart's series documenting strongly opinionated quotes about color from designers, artists, politicians and scientists.
Here, Jude Stewart recaps some of her favorite strongly worded quotes about color, from artists, thinkers, designers, scientists and others.
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In winter, you can contemplate infinite variations of a single hue: All the shades inherent in white, gray, blue, how each edges into the next. The light enters the sky at a wholly different angle, producing unusual shadows, always racing towards dusk. I swear winter changes the timbre of sounds: on a frigid cold...