Journal of the International Colour Association

Vol 5 (2010)

published as Colour: Design and Creativity by The Society of Dyers and Colourists (UK)

Table of Contents

Editorial

AIC Colour Congress 2009 in Sydney, Australia PDF
Nick Hardness

Galleries

Colours of Aboriginal Australia: Winparrku (My Sacred Mountain) PDF
Walangari Karntawarra
Colours of Aboriginal Australia: Winparrku (My Sacred Mountain) - narratives PDF
Walangari Karntawarra
History of Japanese Colour: Traditional Natural Dyeing Methods PDF
Sachio Yoshioka
History of Japanese Colour: Traditional Natural Dyeing Methods - narratives PDF
Sachio Yoshioka

Reviews

A Brief Classification of Colour Illusions PDF
Akiyoshi Kitaoka

Papers

Preserving the Painted Image: The Art and Science of Conservation PDF
Maria E Kubik
Chromatic Harmony in Architecture and the Work of Artacho Jurado in São Paulo PDF
João Carlos de Oliveira Cesar
The Early History of White’s Illusion PDF
Michael White
Why Are Animals Colourful? Sex and Violence, Seeing and Signals PDF
Justin Marshall
Glazed Tiles as an Improving Element for Environmental Quality in Urban Landscape PDF
Carla Lobo, João Pernão
A Colour Alphabet and the Limits of Colour Coding PDF
Paul Green-Armytage
How Colour Rhetoric is Used to Persuade: Chromatic Argumentation in Visual Statements PDF
José Luis Caivano, Mabel Amanda López
Colour as Pathway of Light: Searching the Shadow in Luis Barragán PDF
Maria João Durão
Shifting Interpretations of Interiors and Buildings: The Impact of Colour PDF
Dianne Smith, Nur Demirbilek
Measurement of Design Impact PDF
John B Hutchings, M Ronnier Luo
Using Cellarium Software as a Creative Tool PDF
Linda Huber, Stefan Gottschalk
Production and Anodic Colouring of Newly-Designed Titanium Jewels PDF
Maria Vittoria Diamanti, Barbara Del Curto, Valeria Masconale, MariaPia Pedeferri
Between Glare and Abysmal Dark: Toward a Conversation on Colour Appearance PDF
Juliet Albany


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