Picking the right colour palette for your design work is always a difficult decision. Whilst some favour the more understated, others opt for the bold and bright. This beautiful book, the latest in viction:ary (opens in new tab)'s Palette series, takes a look at what makes fluorescent a favourite for many.
The 296-page book, entitled 'Palette No.4: Neon, New Fluorescent Graphics', showcases the applications of fluorescent colours in the design world, examining where they work best.
Including branding, interior design, and fashion, a total of 110 loud and colourful projects, by designers across the globe, are featured. Be sure to check it out for some serious colour inspiration.
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