Jude Stewarts new book Patternalia takes a whimsical and charming look at the history of patterns.
Print contributing editor Jude Stewart decodes the meanings of the pattern designs sauntering down runways during Fashion Week.
A wunderkammer of recent finds to delight color fans, from online games to infographics to tantalizing color science.
Part 2 in a series on color as data, from infographics to other coolly abstracted uses.
This post explores the many contradictory meanings of the color green, from poison to nature, from luck to its opposite.
Jude Stewart offers a reassessment of the color beige. Is it still the modernist color of evil, or does it convey something else?
Drumroll, please: Pantone 2015 Color of the Year has been announced! Read what Leatrice Eiseman and Jude Stewart have to say about Marsala and the thinking behind the choice.
Jude Stewart’s Beyond the Color Chart Bootcamp will teach you to wield color—including the color green, as detailed below—more intelligently in your graphic design practice. Register for this online course here. Welcome to part 2 in my mini-series on the new book GREEN: The History of a Color by French art historian Michel Pastoureau....
Color is critical to any successful design project, yet nailing the ideal color palette for a project is notoriously tough. Learning about color theory is a great way to perfect your use of color in your design work. We’re thrilled to announce that one of our prestigious contributing writers, Jude Stewart, is teaching an...
What do frogs and toads, so commonly featured in imagery over time, symbolize across different cultures and contexts?