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A visual research about vegetables and their powerful color. Vegetables are dismantled and purified to their visual essence 'RAW COLOR'. The harvested color is captured by a new process preserving their intensity on color cards. Categorized by shades and families a new map is created which shows their beautiful diversity. This projects reinterprets the vegetable and puts it into new context.

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Raw Colour Design Studio swatches via vegetable dyes

Homemade Vegetable Dye - Natural, environmentally-friendly alternative to chemical dyes that can be used to color fabrics AND hair.

Merkx+Girod by Raw Color The Amsterdam based interior Architect studio Merkx+Girod assigned Raw Color as graphical partner to participate into the design process of the pilot store of the The Royal Dutch Touring Club (ANWB). The focus was on developing a graphical identity and colour scheme, that could be used throughout the graphical structure of the shop.

vegetable dyes for fabric Could perhaps try this next time i want to dye something, i have used the packaged powder dyes but this is worth a try at least once, more so for baby items since its more natural. Not sure I could wast the Blueberries for dying - but good idea!

Tutorial/Guide: Natural fabric dyes and how to boil them into your animal-protein based fabrics (and yarn!).

delicate folds for a Boho style skirt. Either longer pieces of fabric or layers of ruffles. Think gauze-like fabric wouldn't be too full. Turquoise fabric with brown on the edge of the folds. Ooooohhh. Can't wait to make this.

These bright candy like jewel tones were the original Inspiration for the color of Macaroons that would be part of the #saveur #dinnerparty

autumn dyes: hawthorn berries, alder cones, acorns and dry eucalyptus leaves

The fabric will be dyed at the yarn stage in order to ensure better quality and uniformity in color. We will use dyes so our color binds chemically with the fabric and we do not have issues with the fabric stiffening, crocking, fading, or properly binding (as we would with pigments). Although this might make our product slightly more expensive, it will be a better product for the end consumer.