Vladimir Ovsyannikov What color can you see?
Manuel Cañibe Manuel Cañibe de "Éramos tantos"
Suresh Jayaram Colors
Pierre Hebbelinck De la couleur en architecture
Bakehouse Collaborative Color-boration
Georgia Perry Death to Neutrals
Phebe Schmidt Photographer - Phebe Schmidt
Сергей Шанович Sergey Shanovich on Color
Stef Lewandowski Stef Lewandowski
Eddy Moratin Lift Orlando
Anthea Pokroy A collection of Gingers
Anthea Pokroy Teaser - A Collection Of Gingers
Antti Karppinen Colour & Photography
Lovisa Sunnerholm & Philip Marthinsen The ideas behind The Next Black.
Agnieszka Słabowska i Marcin Nawrocki Agnieszka Słabowska i Marcin Nawrocki
Agnieszka Słabowska i Marcin Nawrocki 101 murali dla Krakowa
Wesley Stuckey Wesley Stuckey
Wesley Stuckey Q&A w/ Wesley Stuckey
Meredith Eastburn Color & Associations with Synesthesia
Reginald Baylor Communicating in Color
Miguel Neiva Designer de Comunicação
Heidi Taillefer Fine Artists
Vlad Petri Photographer and Documentary Director
Barbara Bestor Color and Los Angeles
Małgorzata Szumowska Dyrektor
Courteney Peters Gather & Hunt
Jay Acunzo Daring To Be Different
Marcos Figueiredo Velckro Artwork
Štefan Klein Štefan Klein
Jean-Gabriel Causse Designer Couleurs
Lindsey Herzog The Psychology of Color
Maggie O'Neill Live in Color
Erin Ross Painting and Drawing
Adam Alter Drunk Tank Pink
Štefan Klein AeroMobil
Adam Alter Q+A
Benjamin Volta Mural Arts Program
Lulie Wallace and Caitlin Etherton Colors of Charleston
Tiffany Pratt [SHORT] If I Were A Colour I Would Be..
Nicolas Lecloux Marketing for True Fruits
Sterling Hundley Illustrator and Painter
Jan Madsen Designing Colors
Charles Glaubitz Artista Visual
Sterling Hundley Live Performance with KLEIV
Susanne Ekelund SE IDEA
Kris Hermansson and Franc Cheetham Colour is the new black
Brett Cook Transformative Worlds of Color
Foxi Von Riga Color as a metaphor for life
Jo Pollitt Emiko (age 7) Introduces Jo Pollitt
Jo Pollitt Colour, Dance, Visual Arts & Life
Ash Huang Find Your Color
jessica serran What Can Color Tell Us About Ourselves?
Sara Eliason Color Story
Pedro Miguel Schiaffino Pedro Miguel Schiaffino
HENSE Alex Brewer
Shaun Richards Artist
Ville Matvejeff Q&A
Ville Matvejeff Conductor, composer, pianist
Tiffany Pratt Designer + Stylist
Ville Matvejeff Trailer
Deborah Holtz Blanco, Negro y Color
Laura Whipple The Art, Science and Business of Color on Paper
Briks Lovesyou Street Artist
Christian Hanke Even 60 shades of grey is not enough
Ginger White Brunetti Culture as Color
Jay Neitz Color Vision, Molecular Genetics
Dudu Bertholini Fundador da NEON
Bakehouse Collaborative MorningRituals
Dudu Bertholini Q&A
Andrew Twigg Designer
Tine Lugarič Komunikolog
Manuel Cañibe Diseñador Gráfico
Andrea Chlebak Colouring for Film
Bucky Willis Color
Andrea Chlebak What does a colourist do? Teaser
Haz de tu profesión también tu proyecto de vida.
You do not need to make other people happy, you need to make yourself happy and then other people will be happy to be around you.
Make a difference, not just money.
Colour is an ocean full of waves and I’m choosing my own to ride.
Sometimes when you’re not doing advertisements you are doing the best advertisement there is.
I’m not just making images, I want to tell stories.
Every day when you get up and you wake up in the world and you leave your house, or even not leave your house, you're engaging in a color conversation with the world. You can’t have a benign impact on the world with color, it’s an impossibility. Your choices have to do with how you're communicating. I dress in color stories every day. It absolutely affects what I do all the time.
I feel like all of life is a work in progress.
Addressing the issues of racial reconciliation: how do we come together as a community in the things that divide us most?
One of my biggest pet peeves is the fact that for every first step towards segregated thinking that is both evil and destructive and unproductive in every way, is the illusion that any two of us are exactly alike.
Point the arrow. Just focus, think, dream all the time about what it is that you want to do, and who it is that you really are, and what makes you happy.
Narrow the idea down to its bare minimum. The tiniest, little component of it. Then just go for it. Just start it!
I have no idea what I'm talking about
Create something every day!
We influence on color, and in fact it creates everything that surrounds us, because we recognize 90% of the world by sight
We as a filmmakers, it's not about giving exact answers, but explore something we find interesting and rise questions
We are living in a throw-away fashion industry. Instead to carry about what we already have, we just buy new things.
If you find love in what you're doing - it's bunnys that are procreating. Hearts everywhere. Love, love, love, love, love. And the hearts are not just hearts. They are rainbow hearts. They are glittering. They are popping. Confetti comes out. You're showered in the shit. It's amazing.
"Don´t leave your life like it is all going to happen, you need to happen to your life" - Tiffany Pratt
Robert Alton Harris was going to be the first guy killed in the gas chamber in 25 years in San Quentin. And for his last super he wanted Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pepsi. So my friend did a sketch and he painted in acrylic, I painted in spray paint…and then we put it up in downtown San Francisco. So is this graffiti? ‘Cuz here’s this really iconographic painting still life image. Or is it graffiti ‘cuz my friend is working in acrylics? Or is it graffiti ‘cuz we’re starting to show our stuff in galleries…and here it is outside?
I met this guy who was a lot like me…and he’s like, “You know what, man, you do a lot of stuff outside, I want to do stuff outside.” And I said, “You know what? For me, because I’m starting to use all these colors, it’s getting so technical I can’t do it in the middle of the night. I’m thinking about doing these panels and then mounting them outside.”
“Graffiti” comes from the Latin word “graphīre” which means “to scratch.” You can go to see where Alexander the Great conquered and all the way through Europe down to North Africa, everywhere he went he put his name. Tagging is not a new thing.
I came at what they called the Golden Era of graffiti in Oakland. In Fruitvale were these tracks that were about 2 miles long that people from all over the world would come paint at. Here is 1988,this is a picture of me, it has this text on it that says, “The world is my canvas, the canvas is my message, the message is my theory, the theory is my life.” That was me trying to be deep when I was 19.
..it is the intuitional combining of different colors altogether
because music isn't about words, it is about sounds and colors
Here's to you, here's to me, designers, artists may we all be. But if by chance we disagree, let's together over a drink (or 3). To debate, think, draw and see how to make a stronger creative community in DC.
Imagine if eggs were brown. I don't care if they taste good or not, but if you saw some gelatenous brown stuff with a green yolk, you'd go "Well, I don't know.."
I think colors unite us like red roses unite us.
Gray is the most supreme color in existence.
Si la matière grise était plus rose, le monde aurait moins les idées noires.
There was no graffiti, there was no hip-hop culture, but I knew I could draw, so I started doing stuff on walls.
How does our identity effect our sense of self in the world?
Color is something that effects in so many ways all the time, every day.
Para nosotros [los Mexicanos] el museo [de la gráfica popular mexicana] está en la calle.
Wear a color that makes you uncomfortable, feel how ever you feel whole day, and really pay attention to that.
I use colors as a way to reconnect me with my intuition.
I find utterly fascinating that as little beings we come into the world with this sense what we love and what we are intuitively drown to.
I’d like to introduce you to this phrase that I love: The way we do anything is the way we do everything.
Art–as a creative process–can help us to teach about ourselves and who we are.
In order for anything new to emerge, we need to step into a new territory, and it requires getting a little bit uncomfortable. It means we need to step into a darkness and some chaos in order to find the new thing.
Pay attention, because there are a lot of ways we can be helping people in our daily lives that are really small actions that are huge.
If you look at how the sky bleeds, or how the light hits trees, or what someone else is wearing or how a building is constructed, the world is so filled with inspiration.
I don't care what your art is. We are all artists.
I didn't take formal training in art. I'm going to keep saying it, because everyone thinks they're not an artist.
As a creative we have to stay strong in what we do and who we are.
Doing your thang reminds others they're allowed to be themselves
Never put yourself in a position where you'll be treated as foolish for learning
Treat nothing and everything as precious.
What is your favorite color in music?