ROY G. BIV
Picture these in your mind’s eye: a blackened tomato. The word YELLOW written in blue type. A fresh, unsullied watercolor set. The leafy greens of Ireland. Your football team’s colors. Color means something. Drawing on a broad array of disciplines and brimming with wit and felicity throughout, Jude Stewart’s ROY G. BIV unlocks a whole new way of looking at the world around us—via the entertaining and indeed exceedingly surprising lens that is color.
Jude Stewart writes about design and culture for Slate, The Believer, Fast Company, Design Observer and other publications. She is also a contributing editor at PRINT magazine. She is the author of ROY G. BIV and Patternalia. Stewart lives in Chicago.