Designer's Guide to Color 3
The books that make up the Designer's Guide to Color series were created as professional tools for the graphic designer, but with more than 1,000 innovative color combinations presented in each volume, they are an invaluable reference to anyone making a decision about color. The most important color reference book series on the market, these indispensable volumes allow you to preview a wide range of color combinations and make that important color choice with confidence.
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