by design: nature’s color harmony . . .

carly brandelius schmitt has added a new spin on the discussion about the role of color in the development of a product designer. some impressions from a recent experiment with the process of creating natural pigmentation from herbs, fruits and vegetables. the following first year iD students, at the university of applied sciences regensburg, explored these characteristics of color, derived by design:

aaron vander bee • amelie kainz • andreas wagner • anna gerauer-aigner • artem ugnivenko • benedikt bandtlow • carina höcht • cassandra schmid • christine tschech • elena benvenuti • ina turinsky • ines rammensee • ines wolf • jinny martens • johanna brunner • jonna breitenhuber • konstantin beitsch • laura wittmann • lukas walzer • lukas zeidler • lydia miller • matthias pielmeier • melanie mager • patricio grau • patrick dudewicz • patrick oberbracht • paula schrott • sebastian killinger • simon budich • simone anzer • thomas hufnagl • veronika stärz

sourcing the palygorskite used in maya blue:
robert j. speakman & others, the university of georgia

bleus en poudres. de l’art à l’industrie,
5000 ans d’innovations: françois delamare

colors: the story of dyes & pigments,
by françois delamare & bernard guineau

2 comments. please leave your own below.

Your students should be proud, these are beautiful! They would make some great textile patterns

greetings jess,

thanks for your thoughts & i’ll pass on your kinds words to carly brandelius schmitt & our first year iD students . . .


posted 26 March 2013

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