Tuesday, 26 February 2013

CMYK - A world of Colour - The World's Largest Rubiks Cube Mosaic

Made from approximately 80,940 Rubik’s cubes this is the world’s largest cube mosaic. This amazing piece of art, which features the skyline of Macau in Hong Kong, measures nearly 4 metres high and 61 metres wide.

Created by Cube Studio Works in collaboration a team of about 20 artists, each Rubik’s cube was precisely twisted to bring all the colours, white, red, blue, orange, green, and yellow, of the 80,940 cubes together to create this wonderfully colourful masterpiece,

This huge work of art is the third piece produced by Cube Studio after The Sistine Chapel which used 12,000 Rubik’s Cubes and The Last Supper made from 4,050 cubes.


Saturday, 16 February 2013

CMYK – A World of Colour – Aurora Borealis

A blog about colour would not be complete without images of the Aurora Borealis. So here goes…

CMYK – A World of Colour – Aurora Borealis

Named after named after the Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora, and the Greek name for the north wind, Boreas, The Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights) and the Aurora Australis (the Southern Lights) are caused by solar winds, containing highly charged electrons, that that leave the sun at about a million miles per hour and enter the earth’s atmosphere and interact with its magnetic force to produce these incredibly amazing colours of greens, reds, blues and purples in the night sky.


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Friday, 15 February 2013

CMYK - A world of Colour – The Holi Festival

The Holi Festival is a religious spring festival celebrated by Hindus, as a festival of colours.

One of most exuberant of festivals, the Festival of Colour celebrates the end of winter by throwing coloured water and powder at each other. Celebrated with the most fervour in northern India the Holi festival can get quite mad with gulal being thrown at anyone passing by. The result: these amazing colourful scenes of people covered in bright shades of pink, magenta, red, yellow and green.

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CMYK - A world of Colour – Lake Bled, Slovenia

Lake Bled is one of those Glacial Lakes that is a pretty blue/green colour. Use this as a backdrop for the autumn colours of reds, oranges and gold’s alongside the bright colours of the Pletna boats and you have a stunning image.
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CMYK – A World of Colour – A Painter of light

Autumn Lane – Thomas Kinkade

Following a rural road into the depths of an autumn forest; This Autumn Lane painting by Thomas Kinkade is rich with the colours of the season, deep shadows and brightly coloured morning lights bring the trees alight with flaming reds and oranges.

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CMYK - A world of Colour - Beach Huts


There are more than 20000 beach huts in the UK today. These Brightly Coloured Beach Huts in Scarborough, Lined up as a backdrop to this stunning coastline, add a little colour to the North Sea coastline of North Yorkshire.

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CMYK - A world of Colour - Burano, Italy

Known for its brightly painted houses, Burano is popular with artists. Originating from the birth of its development, the colours follow a specific order. If a resident wants to paint their house they have to send a request to the government. The government then allocates a colour permitted for that building.
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CMYK – A World of Colour - Spices

As well as adding flavour and aroma, spices also add colour to food. Before the invention of refrigerators spices were also used for preserving food, and in some cultures they are highly regarded for their medicinal qualities.

With the bright oranges, purples yellows and every colour in between, these spices produce the explosion of colour that makes a great photographic opportunity.

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Friday, 8 February 2013

CMYK - A world of Colour - Amsterdam Tulips

Images that come to mind when thinking of the Netherlands are windmills, clogs, and cheese. But probably the most sublime are images of the Netherlands most famous flower the tulip.

Arriving in Holland in the 16th century, tulips became characteristic with the wealthy and famous. A sign of prestige and social standing was a garden full of expensive tulips. Demand for tulip bulbs in the 17th century in the Netherlands reached such a peak that extortionate prices were charged for a single tulip bulb.

In late March, April and early May the Dutch tulip fields are ablaze with colour. By the time the spring season is in full swing the fields just outside Amsterdam are swathed in red, pink, orange and yellow blooms.

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