March 30, 2015
It's become commonplace for interior design magazines to offer up the color palettes of various rooms or design schemes they showcase, featuring the hues and paint colors as a row of circles. But there are plenty of places outside of the home from which we can take color inspiration, and this is exactly the message that art project Color Me NYC conveys.
Created by architect and advertising art director Andrew C. Bly, Color Me NYC takes photographs of New York City streetscapes and distills them into color palettes. His inspirations are everything from iconic landmarks and traditional houses to construction sites and garbage dumpsters.
See more photos and color palettes here