Welcome to DayColors.
This is a site created for artists, graphic designers, animators, photographers, fabric designers, interior decorators, packaging specialists, make-up artists, sign makers and anyone else who uses color to fuel their creativity.
Regardless of how well can paint or draw, or how well we understand the physics of light, we are all aroused, challenged, moved, persuaded, amused, inspired, repulsed, informed and warned by color and the infinite number of color combinations possible. This site offers 1001 colors as the basis for a balanced and manageable color sphere.
In time several thousand designs will be available here in one of 3 options; the single image, a print consisting of four of the exact same images reduced and arranged in mirrored fashion and finally a pattern consisting of the print reduced and replicated numerous times over.
Each and every image can be reproduced in any color or color combination using the original 1001 colors. The end result is an infinite number of potential items for purchase. The images presented here are well suited for work and other public spaces. In a busy art environment a simple colored image can provide a resting place for the weary eye.
Browse the colors and note your favorite, continue on to the images and then email me with any special requests. I will produce the image you request and publish it for your review. If you like it, buy it, if not, so what.
Any image can be customized with any color as long as CYMK, RGB or Hex values are included. An example might be a checkerboard pattern using your school colors. Or a religious symbol on a favorite color back ground.
Use your imagination, have fun, learn to appreciate color.
Finally if you are passionate about a certain color please contact me and be part of the color sphere. Eventually I hope each and every one of the 1001 colors has a color spokesperson. Lots of room for posting blogs here.
The long term goal of this site is to promote harmony. White light, the life giving source of this planet and many others I suspect is a composite of all the different wavelengths of light. Let us remember that each and every one of us is as a wavelength of light, a smaller part of a bigger thing.
Looking forward to sharing with you.