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dionys moser photographs the alien like landscape of the ethiopian dallol hydrothermal field, a vast area of uplifted thick salt deposits affected by intense fumarolic activity, famous for being the only known volcanic area bellow sea level and for being both the hottest place on the planet, with average annual temperatures well above 30 degrees celsius, and the most colourful, with its pools of a hot sulfuric acid brine and ferrous multicolored salt deposits.
Stanley Kubrick is particularly famous for his control of color on screen and his obsession with the color red, but every director makes conscious choices about what the color of their films.
See a full slideshow of his work on KPCC’s AudioVision.
Photos above from Scarface, 2001: Space Odyssey and Requiem for a Dream.
Beautiful color palettes!! -Emily
Crayola Color Chart, 1903-2010. Apparently the number of colors doubles every 28 years!
Color signatures of novels’ visual content by Jaz Parkinson. More. Looks like it may be possible to order prints, and even make requests!
(I just finished reading The Road and I can’t believe there is even THAT much color.)
UPDATE from the designer: prints are available, and you can make requests!