Color made easy.

Five awesome tools that make our lives a lottle easier.


Coolors is an intuitive application which allows us to generate color combinations in a simple way, share palettes, and even export them to different formats like SVG, PDF, or SCSS.


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The Re-Invention of Pantone.

After a couple years studying graphics at school, and four more years working in design-for-print I learned to appreciate the importance of color.  It wasn’t just something to be used, it needed to be reliable.  In print, color accuracy is everything.

Pantone totally rocked this industry for years; when my father handed down his Pantone swatch book I treasured it.  Okay, he may have loaned it to me and never got it back, but either way it felt like a rights-of-passage; I respected it.  And that’s the thing with Pantone, they’re respected because they’re trusted.

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My First Favorite Book, on Color.

In the last 12 hours, in response to my last post I’ve received 76 inquiries as to my first favorite book on color.

Okay, so there’s a chance it was actually only 3 inquiries, but either way I buckle under pressure.  So here it is, and at $26 it’s a steal.  ‘Purple’ is without a doubt my favorite book on color and in my top3 ‘art books’ of all time; it’s an important read for anyone in film-making, animation, games, comic books, graphic design, computer graphics or story-telling in general.

And it has pictures.  Perfect.

My Second Favorite Book, on Color.

Well, who doesn’t like art books?  This is my current crush, picked it up in Japantown a couple weeks back.  Clearly I should have picked it up from Amazon and saved myself $15, but at $40 it’s still worth it.

I think it’s officially my second favorite book on Color.