Making a couple of seperate elements for one structure totally depends on my imaginative illustration. For this work initially I was planning to use black and blue. However, I was wondering how it will look like with black and pink. So I thought why don’t I go for it? I could imagine pink on the piled perforated cups would look like a nipple because of the colour. When the colours are different we can imaging completely different thing. What is the relationship between form and colour? How much influence can they exchange each other?
The way I use colours is more focused on intensity. They have been yellow, red and blue and they are not mixed or diluted colours at all. Pink is a little bit different though. Possibly I could choose different intensity of pink such as creamy pink, hot pink, purple pink etc.. However, when I need to choose from the pink from Powdercoating range it is limited. I guess this could be one of the reasons people do enamelling for the colours and with enamelling you can control the value of the colour. So sometimes dark pink, or sometimes bright pink.
It will be great if I can show the emotion involved with these primary colour with sole structure I create.
I have some idea.