Playing with Color: 50 Graphic Experiments for Exploring Color Design Principles (英語) Flexibound – 2013
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Gorgeous Color Photos, Focused Exercises
2019年2月22日 - (Amazon.com)
I recently purchased "Interaction of Color" and "The Elements of Color" in the quest to expand my sense of color. These two books were formative on the author of "Interaction of Color", Richard Mehl. If you're looking for hands-on guidance rather than the historical origins of color exploration, this is the book you want! Glancing through it is a joy - beautiful pictures of color exercises on every page, as one would expect of a book about color these days! The exercises are focused, the text is clear, and the insights of the color sages are interjected, nonetheless. This is the book I should've gotten in the first place.
2013年3月3日 - (Amazon.com)
This book just kept me awestruck every time I turned a page. The examples of how colors interplay with each other made me pause each time in amazement. If you don't do the exercises, the book still has immensely useful information on using color in design because you see professionally done results of each of the 50 experiments. But if you do the exercises it's more fun! This is simply the best and most engrossing color exploration book. Usually, I fall asleep with such books with their endless, boring text. This is a enjoyable book about discovery ,not a lecture in color theory. It gets you excited about experimenting with color in your own work and if you want more theory, the author suggests some excellent books written in a more traditional style.
E. E. Cook
Amazing book for designers and artists
2013年6月14日 - (Amazon.com)
If you want to understand colors and how complex their relationships to each other are, this is the book for you. It includes easy-to-follow instructions for exercises requiring very simple media (color-aid paper or gouache on paper mostly) that you can definitely do on your own. This is the book that should have been the textbook for my art school color and design class, but it didn't exist then. Beautiful quality with glossy color on every page. The author, Richard Mehl, is a graphic designer and professor of graphic design in New York.
2014年7月13日 - (Amazon.com)
Our studio loves to experiment and this book has given us some inspiration.
2015年9月9日 - (Amazon.com)