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All About Colour by Janice Lindsay

All About Colour

by Janice Linsday

You will never look at colour the same way again.

In this book Janice shares a lifetime of discoveries about why colour, something we think will be simple to use and understand, is so complex. She takes us on a journey that combines history, biology, and interior design with personal insights from years of helping others choose colour and get it right. Along the way she recounts how a yellow was once made from cow’s urine and can be used as an intellectual stimulant, how blue used to be considered light black before it gained popularity and became more expensive than gold, and how vermilion red used to look better the longer it was ground — twenty years was just about long enough.

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