The Secret Lives of Colour
|author:||Kassie St Clair (2016)|
|date read:||13 July 2022|
|rating:||★ ★ ★ ★ ★|
This is a really fun book about colour – there’s a brief intro about colour in general, then a variety of shades each get a page or two describing their history, manufacture, cultural attitudes, and more. Unlike some list-like books, I enjoyed reading this one. There were lots of engaging, interesting facts that kept me reading.
I could only read so much at a time; the regular breaks made it hard to keep focus, but I enjoyed it when I did read it.
The physical book is also a gorgeous object. The cover is bright and colourful, and each page has an outer border to match the colour it’s describing.
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