The Color Codebook is an artistic rulebook that governs how pigment is used in the studio. It is a cheat code for simplifying and streamlining the process of working with color. It is a navigational instrument that charts a pathway through the cultural territories and imagined realities that make up this artist’s world. Each color in the Color Codebook enjoys a robust public life outside of the studio. They have been selected for this reason. They colorize corporate brands, adorn cultural icons, and define treasured objects of industrial design. Most of these colors have been focus grouped, field tested, and market surveyed into existence. They have rich histories and shared cultural meanings.  Some of the colors in the Color Codebook have direct ties to New York City. This is where this maker lives and works. It is the geographic center of his world. And the symbolic center for many worlds. Real and imagined. [Full Text]
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