Happy Monday! Here's some eye candy from The Color Revolution by Regina Lee Blaszczyk. There are so many great images in this book (121 color illustrations, to be exact) that we're splitting this eye candy post in two--check back next week for more from this book. As always, click on each image to enlarge.
The color revolution grew out of American industry’s drive for efficiency in design, production, and distribution. This is the cover of a 1939 catalog published by the Kalamazoo Stove Company.
How You Can Do Your Own Color Planning with Sears Harmony House “Go-Together” Colors (Chicago, 1955).
Advertisement by Monsanto Chemical Company in Fortune, September 1946.
The Munsell Color Sphere, patented in 1900. Photograph by Andrew Spindler Antiques.