If you’re a fan of all things color, you should checkout these forty Instagram accounts which showcase wonderful color schemes. When you’re in need of some color inspiration there’s nothing better than searching for new and exciting color schemes which you can use in your design projects!
Did you know these color facts?
1. Green-Â This color creates the brain, Without itÂ processing of light signals coming from outer space Â is not possible in our world and it also reminds monochromatic images of the famous film â€œThe Matrix.â€
2. Scientists have found that for the perception of red color corresponds to the X-chromosome. Therefore, women are much better than men in distinguishing shades of red. It also Recall that women have two X â€“ chromosomes and males only one.
3. The best color for the car â€“ silver. According to statistics, machine silver less often involved in accidents. This is due to the fact that they are clearly visible on the road and under twilight.
The science of color is sometimes called chromatics, colorimetry, or simply color science. It includes the perception of color by thehuman eye and brain, the origin of color in materials, color theory in art, and the physics of electromagnetic radiation in the visible range (that is, what we commonly refer to simply as light). Now scroll down to find the best Instagram accounts color lovers should follow!
This wall is amazing and so is Kimberlyâ€™s entire account. Sheâ€™s a photographer based in Los Angeles and even her food photos are vibrant.
2. Alice Oehr
Have you ever received such an adorable piece of mail? Befriend illustrator and designer Alice Oehr and maybe you will.
Follow Matt and eagerly wait for him to post one of his wonderful shape-filled illustrations.
Kitiya is a â€œcraft-based designer with big hairâ€ and one of the most vivid accounts around.
Shannon is vintage inspired designer who also makes rad monster sculptures.
6. Hooray Today
Hooray Today = makers of fun, colorful cards. Follow them and itâ€™ll be almost as awesome as actually getting one in the mail.
7. Will Bryant
Will is a designer living in Portland, Oregon. His exuberant, positive work is always nice to see during an Instagram scroll when you happen to be feeling gloomy.
Rilla wrote and illustrated The Best Book in the World (Flying Eye Books, 2014) and her Instagram isnâ€™t too shabby either.
You may not be able to visit Crafting Community in Los Angeles, but you can still get plenty of inspiration (of a colorful sort) by following their account.
11. Dusen Dusen
Ellen Van Dusen is a fashion designer with a bright palette and (bonus) a cute dog.
Charms from Buried Diamond > charms from Pandora (and youâ€™ll want eight bracelets covered with them after you start following Martha).
16. Craig & Karl
Craig is in New York and Karl is in London, but their work is now on your phone and ready to brighten up your day.
18. Kari Devereaux
Have a fairly bland wardrobe? Maybe Kari will inspire you to buy things in richer hues. Or perhaps a banana-print suit.
The username is slightly misleading and you may not see a lot of sandwiches, but you will definitely see a lot of color.
Matthew is an illustrator based in London. This plate is just one of many featured in his account – wouldnâ€™t it be great to host a dinner party using them? Or start a plate wall? Or even just eat off of one (keeping all of your food to the side so you can fully appreciate its marvelousness)?
If youâ€™re the sort of person who would wear a dress covered in lobsters, vegetables or satellites, youâ€™ll probably love following Gorman (an Australian clothing, accessories and homeware company).
â€œVisual optimismâ€ from Leslie Schneider (a stylist in California).
A highly enjoyable Instagram account with oh so many fabulous shots worthy of posting on Things Organized Neatly.
26. Tiffany Pratt
Judging solely from her Instagram account, Tiffanyâ€™s life is art directed by Crayola.
More brightly colored doors and walls than you ever imagined existing.
29. Karen Doolittle
Scroll quickly through Karen Doolittleâ€™s photos and it will make your phone screen look a bit like a rainbow.
30. Julie Pinzur
Canâ€™t get enough? Follow Julieâ€™s other account: Mokuyobi Threads.
31. Cat Rabbit
Thereâ€™s no way this alpaca wonâ€™t put a smile on your face. Pineapple saddlebags!
35. Hine Mizushima
When you see a felted octopus tucked cozily into a petite bed you must IMMEDIATELY follow the account of the human who created him (Hine Mizushima).
38. Sara Cath Pierce
â€œA photographer that lives a dreamy life with dreamy peopleâ€ in psychedelic colors.
39. Lesley Barnes
Lesleyâ€™s account is an excellent mix of vintage things and her own illustrations.