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Color Palette Inspiration: Boundary by Laurie Fisher

Paintings on serenaandlilly.comare one of my favorite things to oogle. Yeah, I said oogle. That's one of those words you can casually toss out on a blog and not feel like a total nerd, as you might in casual conversation, right? Laurie Fisher's painting entitled "Boundary" is a masterpiece.  ...

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Why Color Psychology Isn’t Always Applicable to Branding

Colors have feelings and evoke emotional responses but these feelings can be affected by what surrounds them. Let's try out a little experiment... okay? If you have a color swatch in each of your hands and the one on the left is a soft, baby blue with a hint of lavender and the one on the  ...

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Color Palette Inspiration: Botanical Abstract

As soon as I saw this painting, I was drooling! Ah! These colors! These lines! The white space! This is one TALENTED artist. Prints and other gorgeous artwork by artist Bianca are available at WildHumm.com. Paying homage to her amazing skills, this color palette has been created to be used  ...

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Color Palette Inspiration: Cinque Terre

One the most beautiful places in the world full of inspirational color is Cinque Terre, Italy! Inspired by a gorgeous photograph by Jonathan Haider, this color palette has been created to be used and enjoyed!  Please feel free to use these color codes as you'd like! Just copy and paste the  ...

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Color Palette Inspiration: Tropical Tones

 This image was spotted on Zulu & Zephyr, and I can't get enough of these colors. Vividly saturated colors, warms and cools; this feels so inviting! I’ve created a color palette inspired by this paradise oasis. Feel free to use and enjoy the color code hex numbers! Deep Purple: Hex#471344,  ...

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Detailed Logos, Solutions for Making it Work

A detailed logo design can be limiting, however, don't let those limitations stop you from exploring and enjoying rich color and detail. Read below for the two biggest potential issues and simple solutions. SCALABILITY Potential Issue: A design rich in detail and color can be tough to  ...

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