Dictionary of Color Combinations
The Dictionary of Color Combinations is a collection of 348 color combinations originated by Sanzo Wada in the 1930s. In that turbulent time of increasingly avant-garde art and design in Japan he was quick to focus on the importance of color.
Sanzo Wada was an artist, art school instructor, costume designer for movies and theater, and kimono and fashion designer who employed his extensive and versatile talents to do innovative work that centered primarily on visual perception and form. The Dictionary of Color Combinations pulls from his original 6 volume analysis, a landmark in early color theory research.
5-3/4" H x 4" W