If you are anything like me you might need a little help when it comes to focusing your color choices. I tend to get either fixated on one color for long periods...or I get overwhelmed when combining colors and end up getting frustrated by my distractions. For instance, I am definitely using Teal this time and then 2 hours later I have abandoned the Teal and have shifted through five other color choices before remembering that damn it I was limiting myself to Teal this time!
So when I found this cute little Japanese book which of course called out for me to touch it simply because it was a cute little Japanese book, it is 6"x4", I nearly died when I opened it up to see all the awesome color combos!
Hello. This is the artsy version of the idiots guide to color combinations. Or as my 4 year old would say "It's faaaancy".
I picked up this book when I was in Portland, Oregon at a fancy schmancy art bookstore. You can imagine my annoyance at now seeing it on Amazon for...well...LESS.
I digress. The book rocks, it was worth it, it was a vacation purchase and I will never forget that weekend, the store, or the awesome company I was with when I found this gem of a cute little Japanese book. Plus, I am going to use it as a reference to my color choices over and over and over again. So for me? It was worth the cost.
What do you think? [Not about the cost.] Would you use a book like this?
- rebecca lynne