A great new way to pop out from the crowd these days is to have the audacity to pair colors which we won’t usually dare combine together and come up with a look that’s playful and cherry! This in itself is a reflection of the ‘i-am-what-i-am’ attitude of the new self-aware and gallant individuals!
Could not miss capturing this lady sporting her color-blocked taffeta tunic with peter pan collar worn as an outer garment over her white dress and red bird printed leggings, footwear is kept casual with rubber slip-ons.
We spotted him sporting a teal cardigan over his graphic print tee, mix and match of accessories including the headphones adds character to the look. Don't miss out on the use of bright colors in the form of color blocking in his sneakers.
Under the sun in her sea green skinny colored denims, orange polo tee shirt and tan textured bag, accessorized with darker ballet peeps and sliver reflecting aviators.
Adding a play of colors such as purple,green and yellow over white in checks worn as half sleeved shirt over black trousers and color blocked red shoes.
From the cover of the most widely held menswear fashion magazine, GQ, to the window display of lux Italian fashion brand Fendi; from collections of the glamorous fashion house Gucci to that of high-end designer label Marc Jacobs- colors have spell bounded all of them. They don’t just dare to pick up colors from anywhere but also to muddle them up together without caring too much and thus create a look that’s exceptionally
vibrant and peppy.
On a totally different context a fantastic example of random use of colors to create something that’s jaw-dropping and mind-boggling is the work of speed painter and creator of Paintjam, Dan Dunn. He creates paintings with perfection in minutes also giving a theatrical performance.
"Gray Scale Died"
Could anyone have ever imagined that a careless spill of color on a boring black and white newpaper print could kick start a whole new comic story? “Gray Scale died” just did that!
"I'm sure it would have been Cee..."
"or could it be Em...."
"may be itz Why..."
" or what if it was Kay..."