Dulux Colour Forecast for 2013 :: Share

4 Jan

Continuing in Rock Ribbons special weekly event, the six colour forecasts from Dulux Colour for 2013. Dulux have broken up their trends into six different colour movements, Merge, Seek, Empower, Rise, Share and Blur.

We are in motion, movement is all around us – a blur of colour, a subtle shift of light, a merge of shadows. Movement is social change, the rise of a nation, the protest of people, the progress of the digital age. The Dulux Colour Forecast – Colour Movement, explores how colour is moving around us, shifting and changing along with our world and all that is in it.

Six portions

Each trend has been inspired by different cultural and environmental factors and explores how colour is moving around us, shifting and changing along with our world and all that is in it.

Todays movement is :: SHAREShare Oblong

With a new generation embracing digital technology, Share invokes the idea of a world drawn together, with people sharing and soaking up information daily via social media, stimulated and inspired constantly by technology.

Share provides a break from this stimulation with a monochromatic palette allowing digital pattern, positive and negative space, tonal shadows and texture to create the mood. Colours are inspired by natural stone and metals transformed with technology.

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Images styled by Bree Leech featuring Dulux colours Moxa, Vivid White and Design Stone in Charcoal Wash.

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Images styled by Bree Leech featuring Dulux colours Moxa, Klute, Clear Concrete, Grey Pebble, Mount Buller and Lexicon Quarter

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