Color and Color Theory in Environmental Graphic Design

Presented April 30, 2004

If color for a two-dimensional page is difficult, then selecting color in three-dimensional environments requires an additional set of skills and an understanding of light. This course explores the use of color in environmental graphics, from the cues and mood that different colors set to the technical aspects of selecting specific paints and finishes to projects where color selection played a crucial role.

Monica Lacombe, The Style Counsel
Randall Crabtree, Matthews Paint
Karlsberger Companies
Craig Berger, SEGD

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