October 06, 2015
These paints don’t have names, they just show which colors were made to create each tube (and the amount). Imagine the fun that children will have discovering the tubes and the other combinations they can make. The idea behind this is that we get too caught up in the names – grass must be green, the sky must be blue, and children just ask for that color. This way they get to experiment, play, and discover color and all the amazing hues they can make.
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Look around you today, things are often not the typical color that we have assigned them in our mind. Grass is every color, the sky is ever changing – maybe it’s a good reminder for us all. Color without names.