From its utilitarian exterior, you'd never guess Germany's new Ergolding secondary school, designed by behnisch architektenin, could be so eye-popping inside. The "color-coded central hub allows students to intuitively find their way around the building." [designboom]
Absent from the visible spectrum and neither a wave nor a particle, the color pink is, for many, a scientific enigma: how can a shade that doesn't even appear in the rainbow exist? The answer lies in color theory.
School buses are the primary mode of student transportation in North America. An estimated twenty-six million students in the United States alone are transported to school every school day via bus—over half the student population in the country. While school buses in countries outside of North America usually look like any other buses, North American school buses are distinctive for their yellow colour.
If you want to feel like you’re tripping out on wonderful drugs and/or see all the colors of the RGB spectrum in one image, going to the allRGB website should have you covered. It’s a project that show off images that contain all 16,777,216 distinct colors inside the RGB spectrum. Each of those colors pop up in a single pixel on an image. Gnarly.