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Eiseman Color Blog
Color tidbits for your creative inspiration
Magenta: the Color that Doesn’t Exist (from the BBC)
I recently heard the following presentation on the BBC about one of my favorite colors - and I found the explanation of this brilliant hue to be quite [...]
Color Theory: After-Images and Color Balance
The term “after-image” describes an image that appears in the eyes after a period of exposure to the original image. They occur because photochemical activity in the retina [...]
The Colortime® System Explained
People will often ask about our online color/image training course and where the concepts originated. The following article will give you some background information on that basic concepts [...]
Get to know the color expert: Lee’s frequently asked interview questions
Ever wanted to get to know Lee a little better? Or wondered what a color expert does? Here are Lee's most-asked interview questions. When did you first realize [...]
Is blue truly the best color for decorating the bedroom? The reason why blue is often recommended for a bedroom is that many shades of blue speak of [...]
Ask Lee part two: More questions about color
This month we have a couple more reader questions that we thought were extremely interesting—all about how we react to the colors around us. Let's take a look, [...]
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