These Japanese Designers Hope To Change How Kids Learn About Colors With ‘Nameless Paints’


An outfit dubbed 'Ima Moteki', from Japan, hope that their specially designed paints for children will help the younger generation learn about colors in a whole new way. Design duo Yusuke Imai and Ayami Moteki came up with an interesting concept which they've since turned into a reality. It is a set of paints featuring tubes that are not labeled with color names. Instead, they feature an 'equation' made up of dots, which shows which primary colors, and in what proportions, were used to make the color inside the tube. The pair went for the obvious when naming their new paints set, calling it 'Nameless Paints'. It is hoped the paints will help children learn how to mix and create different colors. Take a look!
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