Once upon a time, like last week, a series of inspirational experiments was relaunched here on FYC to work out if the source that inspires us through the use of a predominant color, can steer our creative output in the same direction as elements associated with that color. It began with Inspiration in Red: FYC Edition. And since the wheel of colors keeps on turning, we felt we would keep the series rolling on…
So welcome back to the FYC edition of the popular Inspiration in Color series. Once again this series of posts focuses on images that are made up of a primarily, or at least predominantly, singular selected color. As we move down inspirational spectrum, this week lands us on the color orange. Inspiration in Orange: The FYC Edition, features another awesome collection of imaginative and emotive works from all around the design world with two distinct purposes. The first, of course, is to inspire you, but also to see whether or not that inspiration tends to manifest elements that are associated with the color of choice. Happiness, energy, balance, enthusiasm, flamboyance, playfulness, arrogance, warning, danger, are generally associated with the color orange. Who knows where this inspiration will take you, but you will be the only one that can tell…
Product & Packaging Design
Branding, Advertising, & Print
Interior & Industrial Design
That’s a Wrap!
So now the ball is in your court. If you have found yourself inspired by this series then by all means, please submit the end results of those inspirations to the FYC Flickr Group, and simply tag them ‘fycincolor’. Regardless of if you want to show us the work you created, we would love to hear your thoughts on this experimental inspirational process, so let your thoughts flow in the comment section below.
Rob is the talented author and graphic designer, celebrated podcaster and poet, who is now the co-editor and imaginative co-contributor of Fuel Your Creativity. With a background working through most areas of the arts, Rob works from a creative wellspring that shows no signs of running dry.