Ichi-go Ichi-e is the esteemed Japanese idiom that expresses the fleeting beauty of passing time. Its significance extends to the ritual of Chadō, the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
How Dave Schenone and his team at Nike became responsible for setting the industry-wide trend of neon footwear.
Dr. Donald McPherson, Co-Founder of EnChroma on how many colors can you actually see.
A casually brilliant story from the famed multi-media artist.
A design journey from the Microsoft Principal of Inclusive Design on making the language of aroma inclusive to all.
Black & Blue or White & Gold? What did this phenomenon teach us about color perception?
Dr. Karen B. Schloss of Brown University on what the visual spectrum forgot about.
Ann Stone has dedicated her life to color, and married a man who can't see it.
A sensorial demonstration of a traditional art form by esteemed calligrapher, Mr. Kinson Liu.
How wavelengths, illuminates and biology make up your color experience.
With Frank Kozik, Creative Director of Kidrobot.
With nature as her muse, Barbara Barry, among the World’s Best 100 Designers, elaborates on her color philosophy, highlighting the possibilities of a single tone of color. Shades and opacity create infinite variations, offering a soothing setting and constancy for life’s unpredictabilities.