A Promising Pigment
1.29.15 | by Trendscaping Editors
Named after the French artist who retained the brilliance of a pure blue pigment suspended in linseed oil in the 1957 exhibition ‘Proposte Monochrome, Epoca Blu’, this lapis lazuli shade – also known as International Klein Blue (IKB) – conveys the purity of Madonna’s robes and richness of discovery.
Saturated and homogenously stained, Klein’s vibrant “Pop Art” creation feels very relevant in the absence of daylight as the nights begin to shorten and the promise of spring is near.
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