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Early this year, in hopes of strengthening my weakness for colour, I went to the highly influential book 'Interactions of Color' by artist and educator Josef Albers.
The book, despite its heady and annoying unnecessary academic tone (which I disdain so much), instils a child-like curiosity to experiment, play, and all in all, have fun with colours.
The main takeaway from the book is how colour, much like musical notes, has a perceptible change with their combinations, like how one note on a piano would not be considered music, but play two notes, and it's a different world entirely.