This week, we are celebrating COLORto showcase creations that come to life with a bit of courage and a well-made palette.
Our team will share the inspiration behind our Color Mixer; we’ll also feature artists and Paper creators who use color in unexpected ways. To get started, we talked with Co.Design about ‘creating’ colors versus ‘picking’ them. Read the full article here.
Join us this week and share your work with us. Take a screenshot of your favorite Paper creation along with its color palette and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or share it on Twitter and Tumblr with the tag #MadeWithPaper. We’ll select creations to feature throughout the week!
Remember, color should be fun. Go play.
Unzip a world of colors! byZhen Zeng (San Francisco, CA)
San Diego, California-based artist Kelsey Brookes—@KelseyBrookes on Instagram—brings his followers into the studio as he creates painstakingly detailed paintings.
Perhaps the only thing more captivating than Brookes’ psychedelic artistic creations is the path that led him to art in the first place. After graduating college with a degree in Biology and researching West Nile Virus on a grant from the US Centers for Disease Control, Brookes left for Australia, where he lived out of a van, surfed, and took up drawing.