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Welcome to the Color Solutions blog, your online resource for color and trend.

Inspired by emerging trends in art and culture the Color Solutions/DyStar blog offers fashion designers and color managers data-driven color analysis, color trend and color validation for their seasonal palettes. Season after season, designers from all over the world, have valued the expert consultation of the CSI color team to guide their seasonal palettes. If you would like more information on color development, please visit csicolors.com. 

The kelp forest : an ambience of color and perfection of nature, an underwater oasis, a habitat of beauty, is the inspiration behind this palette. The cool vibration of the...

View CSI ColorWall Colors The colorful storefronts paired with the tropical surroundings created a vibrant color palette around every corner. The lack of coordination between storefronts somehow created perfect harmony between...

As long as I’ve known Katia Dakova, photography was her passion. She loves to travel as this is giving her the opportunity to capture moments of beauty, to meet interesting...

The past mesmerizes with beautiful relics of long ago, revealing captivating stories and hidden messages. The future beckons us with its mystical nature. Suddenly, we are drawn to the stars...

There has long been debate as to the categorization of photography as an art form. Not pretending to be an expert in the field, I only speak from personal opinion...

https://vimeo.com/129792939 1.         Conditioning Samples should be fully conditioned, preferably to the same temperature and humidity as the standard they are being compared to.  ASTM standard conditions are 70 F +/-2 and relative...