Festival of Colors 2013

A video of the Holi Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork, Utah. The event is based on a Hindu Holi festival to celebrate the passing of winter to spring, by throwing colored powder and water at each other throughout the day. Watch the video below. via: Mercury News

Harrods’ Disney Jewelry Collection by Chopard

The Swiss jeweler Chopard has collaborated with iconic London store Harrods, to produce a Haute Joaillerie line, in continuation with their Walt Disney Princess theme. You think Snow White and you have to think of the poisoned red apple that her evil stepmother gave her to eat. In the above picture: Crafted from round-cut rubies… Continue reading Harrods’ Disney Jewelry Collection by Chopard

Split Colored Lobster

A lobster with an orange side and a black side, perfectly split down the middle was caught by a Massachusetts fisherman last week in Beverly, a seaside community 20 miles northeast of Boston. The odd coloration is extremely rare. Officials estimate it occurs once in every 50 million lobsters. via: MSN News

Creative Parking Canopy Made with 1,500 Colorful Bottles

Designer¬†Garth Britzman¬†from Lincoln, Nebraska used¬†1,500¬†recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning shade parking¬†canopy for a vehicle. The artist received financial support from Fulbright Canada and the University College of Architecture, and together with University of Nebraska students spent a total of 200 hours on the project. This project is created to¬†stimulate creative alternatives… Continue reading Creative Parking Canopy Made with 1,500 Colorful Bottles

Why Facebook Is Blue?

The reason Facebook is blue because founder Mark Zuckerberg is colorblind. Zuckerberg is red-green colorblind, which means the color he can see best is blue. That also happens to be the color that dominates the Facebook website and mobile app. “Blue is the richest color for me,” he told¬†The New Yorker. “I can see all… Continue reading Why Facebook Is Blue?