How blue is the sky? Horace Bénédict de Saussure's CYANOMETER, 1789. For his weather observations, to measure "blueness" he used suspensions of Prussian blue, dying paper squares every shade of blue he could distinguish between white and black. These were assembled into a numbered colour circle that could be held up to the zenith at a standard distance from the eye - the matching square established the degree of blue. (The color of the atmosphere indicates particles and water vapour in the air.) blue rooms, beaches, sky, circl, color wheels, blue skies, tattoo patterns, shade, instruments
Horace-Bénédict se Saussure’s cyanometer, and instrument for measuring the blueness of the sky
Mwangi Hutter - Reign Blue , 2012
No You Shut Up : Mwangi Hutter - Reign Blue , 2012
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Detail Japanese Boro coat.. Boro textiles were made in the late 19th and early 20th century by impoverished Japanese people from reused indigo-dyed cotton rags. Never intented to be viewed as a thing of beauty they just are amazingly beautiful, patched and sewn piece-by-piece, handed down from generation to generation they became objects of desire because of their beauty , history and soul. jean, boro coat, color, blue, textile art
Japanese boro coat..
Japanese Boro Coat | Karun Collection