Hi color lovers! This is Dopely’s blog, and today we are going to explore Black Color Palette Inspirations with Names & hex Codes!
Colors are the result of reflecting light, and black is the result of no light! So, some people don’t count black as color, but we do! Pure black or even pure white are really rare. By adding even a small tinge of any color to pure black transforms it into a color, and this can be respectful! Additionally, black got a huge fan! Black stands for fashion as well as mourning. It can symbolized literally everything, from fertility to scholarship and piety. With black, things can be complicated.
Most of the gods who are associated with death and the underworld (as the jackal-headed Egyptian god Anubis, the Christian devil, and the Hindu goddess Kali) tend to have extremely dark skin! Now let’s see the god of the color schemes here!
Black is the color of elegance and authority! That is why it is popular between judges and attorneys. To add some dignity in your design while still avoiding the sadness of a black palette, don’t forget to use blue!
To make it even more happier, mix black palettes with happy and energetic colors, like this one!
If you want to show some serious suggestion with your design, keep it professional by using black in a minimal palette. Need an example? Take a look at this one:
I need to spend a complete life in black inspiration, to cover it all! Hence, here I put more inspiration, but there is no deeper details! So, If you need help to choose your own palette for a special design, feel free and let me know!
Did you liked the “Black Color Palette Inspirations with Names & hex Codes” post? It a member of color palette inspiration series. Then, you can follow this type of content by reading “Orange Color Palette Inspirations with Names & hex Codes!“. Also you could see more black inspiration on Mr.pugo Instagram post. Enjoy your color adventure!
P.S. If you are interested in nanotechnology like I am, this is exciting to know! A carbon nanotube created in Britain in 2014 is the blackest thing in the world! Because it can trap 99.965 percent of the light spectrum. =)