Color Wheel (Moses Harris, Moses Harris's chart was the first full-color circle. The 18 colors of his wheel were derived from what he then called the three 'primitive' colors: red, yellow and blue. At the center of the wheel, Harris showed that black
Graphic design student Gary Nicholson has created a fun set of posters for anyone who's into typography. Meant to "lift the spirits of fellow designers," the set of five posters are quite witty in that "inside joke" kind of Design
Liminal Moment by Bobblayers, each time laying the paper down on the heated plate. In the final stage she often paints back into the image with a oil paint and a brush. Japanese washi paper used for this process, then matt and frame them under glass.
The Cyanometer, an instrument designed to measure the blueness of the sky, invented in 1789 by the Swiss physicist Horace-Bénédict de Saussure and the German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt. You're my Cyanometer.