How do we overcome the limitations associated with using a
palette restricted to one or two colors maximum? What are the tricks and
resources employed by some of the best international designers to express
complex ideas and concepts without resorting to color? How does color
effectively communicate universal messages, transcending language barriers
all around the world?
Designing with One Color and Two Colors answers these
questions and more. A compendium of more than three hundred images of one-
and two-tone designs, this book showcases the work of industry innovators.
Three-dimensionality, depth, overlays, negative space—all tricks of the
trade to overcome limitations with color that, upon closer review, can be
used to aesthetic advantage.
The designers presented in this book are visionaries,
reinterpreting the use of color one tone at a time. Perfect for anyone
interested in mastering the design of one and two colors, this book is the
ultimate sourcebook of inspiration.