March 30, 2013
Behind the colors: a closer look at comic book color palettes and their meanings for heroes and villains. Includes color analysis, superhero examples and changes in comic books over history. Source
March 28, 2013
Since 2000, in a commitment to encapsulate the approaching year’s spirit and essence, Pantone releases their prized Color of the Year. Setting the standard for all things color, Pantone’s annual hue guides the interests of many an industry and proactively paints their choice pigment into the public eye. Pantone chose to highlight Tangerine Tango in […]
December 29, 2012
March Madness Betting is here! Get ready for the craze as Sportsbook.com brings you March Madness Bracket 2012! Join now and be a part of the madness! For the moment, enjoy this Infographics about March Madness Betting that Sportsbook.com did for all of you. Source
September 1, 2012
If you are tasked with creating the landing page for a new company product or campaign you might want to think twice about firing up Word and the default paint program that came with your computer to bang something out during your lunch break. Actually, the fancy graphics programs along won’t save you either. Check […]
August 30, 2012
This infographic explores what different fonts, designs and colors on a website say about you as a designer and what it portrays to the reader. It also shows the different moods different colors inflict.
August 2, 2012
Scientists have known forever that color has a profound influence on the human brain. From the color you paint your kitchen, to the color of the sky, to the color of a corporation’s branded image, there’s no end to the fascinating implications of how color influences our mood and behavior. Source
July 29, 2012
Every culture associates colors with different ideas and emotions. In the U.S., we assign red to hate or anger, blue to sadness, and green to ecology. Do you know how other countries interpret color? The differences may be very surprising.
July 15, 2012
A person’s favorite color is an interesting tidbit about them but does their favorite color matter? This infographic looks at favorite colors and what that means for men, women, and everyone alike. Differences and commonalities can unite or divide us so read on to see what colors do for us. Source
July 8, 2012
Crayola’s crayon chronology tracks their standard box, from its humble eight color beginnings in 1903 to the present day’s 120-count lineup. According to Crayola, of the original crayons the seventy-two colors from the official 1975 set, sixty-one survive. Source
May 21, 2012
Natural colors and designs of different types of eggs. Source
May 8, 2012
Different cultures have different associations with various colors. In China white represents death, while in South America green is the color of death. All sorts of fascinating associations can be found and cross referenced easily with this infographic.