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Subtractive Color Mixture: Mixing Paints

James Thomas Long

James Thomas Long is Professor Emeritus at Virginia Commonwealth University. He has also served as Associate Professor in the Art Foundation, Interior Design, and Photography and Film departments at the university. Long was awarded an international fellowship in 1993,and has had photographs featured in books and journals in the USA, Europe and Asia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The New Munsell Student Color Set

Fairchild Books, 2011

Book chapter

...Artists and designers sometimes assume that the outcome of mixing paints or inks will be the same as that of mixing colored lights, and vice versa. While these processes are related, the methods and results of mixing light significantly...

Thinking “Print”: Graphic Design and Elements in Two Dimensions

Karl Aspelund

Karl Aspelund, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Textiles Fashion Merchandising and Design at the University of Rhode Island and has been a designer, artist, and teacher for over 20 years in apparel, theater, film and digital media. He received his PhD in Anthropology and Material Culture from Boston University, University Professors Program, where his dissertation on women's national dress practices in Iceland was awarded the University Professor's Edmonds Prize for Best Doctoral Dissertation of the Academic Year 2010-2011. Aspelund's research interests are in the field of apparel design and personal and national identity creation. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Designing : An Introduction

Fairchild Books, 2015

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...Designers Speak“When a type design is good, it is not because each individual letter of the alphabet is perfect in form, but because there is a feeling of harmony and unbroken rhythm that runs through the whole design, each letter kin...

‘At Once Classical and Modern’: Raymond Duncan Dress and Textiles in the Royal Ontario Museum

Alexandra Palmer

Alexandra Palmer is the Nora E. Vaughan Fashion Costume Senior Curator at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada. She also teaches at the University of Toronto. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Dress History : New Directions in Theory and Practice

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

...Lou Taylor ends her review of John Harvey’s book Men in Black writing: ‘What is this book? Dress History? Literary Criticism? Cultural History? Gender Study? Visual Culture? Who cares! Read it!’ (1996: 303). It is the open-minded...
...The Collection in Context Givenchy’s 1983 fall/winter fashions seem fixed within the 1980s—prominent shoulders, squared silhouettes, graphic metallic jewelry—but Givenchy’s stylistic conventions are at the heart of the collection...