Taxes and shipping calculated at checkout
Feb 26, 2020
Extraordinary colors often reside in unique geographies. Our February “Old White” presented itself when Annie Oktokiyuk’s antique “Parka” caught our eye at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Color delights abound in aged surfaces and when our vision mixes textures. SHOP ALASKAN WATERPROOF "PARKA" | Shop all Colors of the Month
Jan 30, 2020
Considering this month’s Kelp Orange, in contrast with the ocean’s sandy grays, makes me marvel how our vision can present us with this evocative scene. “We do not have direct access to the physical world. We may feel we have direct access, but this is an illusion created by our brain”. –Frith, C.2007. Making Up the Mind: How the Brain Creates Our Mental World: Oxford:...
Dec 09, 2019
We were surprised to discover the vivid green pine cones blown prematurely off their pre-autumn branches. It reminded us of the varied and complex hues that underly a mature forest, and account for its multicolored depth and how an unexpected addition to a color formula can create magic. SHOP BABY PINE CONE | Shop all Colors of the Month
Nov 21, 2019
The raw energy of Richard Serra’s new work has led us to celebrate the forged complements produced in his collaboration with iron. SHOP BLUE GRAY | Shop all Colors of the Month SHOP FOUNDRY BROWN | Shop all Colors of the Month SHOP APRICOT PATINA | Shop all Colors of the Month
Sep 26, 2019
Patterns in graffiti often overpower the individual colors, but here strong black outlines frame and emphasize the wonderful interweave of acid pinks and yellows. Dark painted details in a room can prompt us to see the glow in adjacent fields of lighter colors. We have chosen the yellow for its express reference to the the often overlooked, sustaining energy of the sun. SHOP COOL YELLOW |...
Jun 24, 2019
Urban dwellers often think of Nature as lakes and trees in the countryside, not underfoot in cities, but the mineral ingredients found in cement are as old and “natural” as our planet. By contrasting this ubiquitous urban material with brightly colored octane ports, we are reminded of the hues and textures we see in other natural, but otherwise unnoticed pathways. SHOP CEMENT | Shop all...
May 29, 2019
Coleus subtly balances orange and violet. This unlikely alliance creates its decorative poetry by leading us away from easy categorization into the realm of multiple impressions. Our vision finds the greatest satisfactions in the infinite variations we let ourselves notice in our surroundings. SHOP COLEUS | Shop all Colors of the Month
Apr 15, 2019
More than any other paint color, yellow appears to generate its own light. Ironically, our receptors are not sensitive to yellow, but create our impressions of it by blending equal parts of orange and green. April’s Sulphur acknowledges spring growth by leaning ever so slightly toward green. SHOP SULPHUR YELLOW | Shop all Colors of the Month
Mar 26, 2019
The luminous depth of our Campanula flowers is amplified by the shifting gradations of March light, both shining through and reflecting off their delicate bell-shaped surfaces. We can create similar resonance in rooms by orchestrating the infinite potential of pigments interacting in a film of paint. SHOP BLUE CAMPANULA | Shop all Colors of the Month
Feb 13, 2019
Love & Resistance: Stonewall 50 Thursday, February 14 - July 19, 2019 Our February color was designed for The New York Public Library exhibition, “Love & Resistance: Stonewall 50”, opening Thursday, February 14, 2019. Join us in commemorating one of the most pivotal moments in the LGBTQ movement and its enduring impact on the LGBTQ civil rights movement. The New York Public Library, Stephen A....
Feb 07, 2019
Our February color was designed for The New York Public Library exhibition “Love & Resistance: Stonewall 50.” Violet celebrates this transformative moment by combining barely visible blue and red spectral extremities to make its color. It symbolizes to us the equally illuminating and poetic power of inclusion. SHOP STONEWALL VIOLET | Shop all Colors of the Month