Oak & Ink ~ Matthew Deutscher

May 18, 2015 @ DesignTaxi & Instragram

Oak & Ink Creative is a Melbourne based design studio run by Matthew Deutscher. We like to focus on what we do best which is effective design solutions. We specialise in branding, art-direction, graphic design and anything print or web based.

Inspired by people, PANTONE colors and themed Instagram accounts, Matthew Deutscher plans to meticulously match the photos he takes to their PANTONE spot color and upload them onto Instagram to create a color coordinated visual feast as you scroll through his feed.

Find out more on the links above

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The Dimensions of Color

January 20, 2014 @ HueValueChroma

This website presents an account of the dimensions of colour and light perception, written for painters using either traditional or digital media. The conceptual framework presented here was developed as a component of Colour, Light and Vision, a course in colour theory and practice for artists that I have been presenting since 1998 at the Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney, and Theories of Colour, a lecture course on the history of colour theory and practice that I presented at the National Art School, Sydney, in 2009-2011.

Eucalyptus Leaves Rich in Lil Gold Nuggets

November 7, 2013 @ CSIRO

Scientists have revealed that gum trees from the Western Australian goldfields draw up tiny particles of gold via their roots and it ends up in their leaves and branches.

“The eucalypt acts as a hydraulic pump – its roots extend tens of metres into the ground and draw up water containing the gold. As the gold is likely to be toxic to the plant, it’s moved to the leaves and branches where it can be released or shed to the ground,” CSIRO geochemist, Dr Mel Lintern says.

gumleaves

Read more @ CSIRO

Pink Lake

17.9.2012 @ Wikipedia and WorldAmazingInformation

Pink Lake is a salt lake in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It lies about 3 kilometres (2 mi) west of Esperance and is bounded to the East by the South Coast Highway.
The lake is not always pink in color but the distinctive color of the water changes as a result of green alga Dunaliella salina, halobacterium Halobacteria cutirubrum, and/or high concentration of brine prawn. Once the lake water reaches a salinity level greater than that of sea water, the temperature is high enough and adequate light conditions are provided; the alga begins to accumulate the red pigment beta carotene. The pink halobacteria grow in the salt crust at the bottom of the lake and the color of the lake is a result of the balance between, D. salina and H. cutirubrum.

Pink Lake (Western Australia)

The Obliteration Room – Yayoi Kusama

January 1, 2012 by Christopher @ This is Colossal

Artist Yayoi Kusama constructed a large domestic environment, painting every wall, chair, table, piano, and household decoration a brilliant white, effectively serving as a giant white canvas. Over the course of two weeks, the museum’s smallest visitors were given thousands upon thousands of colored dot stickers and were invited to collaborate in the transformation of the space, turning the house into a vibrantly mottled explosion of color […]

MORE @ This is Colossal and @ Yayoi Kusama