24 Colors

This assignment required us to creatively match 24 crayons to the colors we found in the world around us. Each crayon was captured in a photograph in which the background or object represented that certain color. Throughout the project, I overcame several challenges such as finding particular shades of the crayons we were given. For example, searching for tertiary colors including blue-violet, blue-green, violet-red, yellow-green, yellow-orange, and red-orange was difficult since these are one-of-a-kind colors. In addition, creatively placing the crayons and taking the pictures with a unique angle was tough. However, finding primary colors (red, yellow, and blue) as well as secondary colors (purple, orange, and green) was easy. Also, it was simple to insert my brand logo in each of my pictures and edit them on Adobe Fireworks.


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