This week in Paprika!…
Angela Lufkin takes a deep dive into the history of this publication’s namesake…
Seth Thompson and Darryl Weimer talk color perception and explain why your prints never match your screen…
Hannah Leichty argues that color should be a bodily experience…
Rukshan Vathupola chronicles the history of blue, from Egypt to Yves Klein…
Clarissa Lim Kye Lee explores the political connotations of black, white, blue, and yellow in the ongoing Hong Kong protests…
and David Gissen talks with us about how color blurs disciplinary lines and raises issues beyond the bounds of architecture.
Will the issue be in full color? Will we ever get back into the building to spill coffee on the new carpet? If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, is it really green?
Find out, this week in… PAPRIKA! VOLUME 05 ISSUE 16 COLOR!
- Hannah Liechty, Color as Delight
- Clarissa Lim Kye Lee, A City Divided by Colors
- David Gissen, Michael Glassman, Andrew Economos Miller, What You See Is Not What You Get: An Interview with David Gissen
- On the Ground
- The Dean’s List: Pantone Colors
- Color Questionnaire
- Michael Gasper, Michael Glassman, Color by Number
- Rukshan Vathupola, The Invention of Blue: the First and Last color
- Sarah Weiss, The Color of COVID
- Seth Thompson, Darryl Weimer, RGB vs. CMYK or A Primer on Color in the Age of Digital Reproduction
- Angela Lufkin, The Color of the Carpet
Published on March 26, 2020
Volume V is printed with generous support from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts