Did you know each month has an associated color?
January – black & white July – sky blue
February – deep blue August – deep green
March – gray or silver September – orange or gold
April – yellow October – brown
May – lavender or lilac November – purple
June – pink or rose December – red
A Color Glossary
Analogous Colors: Colors located close together on the color wheel
Color: The perceptual characteristic of light described by a color name
Complementary Colors: Colors located opposite each other on the color wheel
Hue: the name or word for color
Intensity: The brightness or dullness of a hue, with the addition of white or black
Luminance: The amount of light reflecting from the hue
Monochromatic Colors: Variations of shades or tints of the same hue
Primary Colors: Color that cannot be created by mixing with other colors
Saturation: The degree of purity of a hue
Secondary Colors: Colors achieved by mixing two primary colors
Shade: A hue produced by adding black or gray
Take the Ishihara Color Blindness Test now to find out whether or not you are color blind, and how severe your color blindness is!
Ishihara Color Test – Color Blindness
If the acoustic vibrations of air that we can hear were transformed into electromagnetic vibrations that we can see, how would music look?
Synesthesia Project – Converting music to color – Back to … – YouTube