Edited by Franklin Till, VIEWPOINT COLOUR takes a lifestyle approach to color providing a global perspective across design. Combining evocative visual inspiration with context VIEWPOINT COLOUR highlights in-depth analysis of the personality traits of emerging color stories, explaining why they are relevant, their color implementation and design application. Each issue highlights one overarching theme supported by visual imagery, material direction, and trend forecasts in Pantone colors. The latest color news, color psychology research, designer and artists spotlights and future design influences are also featured. VIEWPOINT COLOUR - celebrating the poetic qualities of color, and the inspiring, artistic and aesthetic power of color in design.
In Co-existence we look at our partnership with nature: focusing on the inspiration of biocentric design; highlighting designers, creatives, writers, thinkers and activists whose encouraging new perspectives show how we can coexist with the natural world; highlighting a new mindset and visualization of how life on Earth could be; inspiring our own personal and spiritual relationship to something far bigger than ourselves. Emphasizing our respect and acknowledgment of the power and beauty of nature’s organic patterns, systems and networks, we continue our shift away from fast-moving, trend-led color changes towards a more considered, slower color ethos, one whose gradual evolution fosters color longevity, endurance, and sustainability.
All Trend Forecasting books are non-returnable/non-refundable.
SKU : VIEWPOINT-10
12.5” x 9.5” softcover on heavy weight paper stock
All color information provided using PANTONE Color references
Co-existence: The Design Context; Re-examining our Connection to Nature
The Language of Dreams: A Subtle Take on Psychedelia Visual Essay
Energy Fields: A Fresh Emphasis on Spiritual Emanation and Well-Being Visual Essay
Changing States: Artist Raquel Quevedo’s Organism Series
That Which Connects: Inspirational artworks and profile of Emma Larsson profile
Forces of Nature: Artists and Creative Technologists Tin & Ed Studio Profile
Macro & Micro: A Visual Exploration of Our Delicately Balanced Eco-System