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Design Education

Project Osmosis presents the “Pigment Archive” a celebration of the colors of design.

The purpose of the Pigment Archives research is to document the work of designers of color in the United States and abroad. The Pigment Archives will include; biographies, digital recordings and visual images in a digital and printed format. The research will also document the work of fine artists who have influenced the graphic design industry. For more information contact Kim E. Lovely, Director of Education at Project Osmosis kiml@projectosmosis.org

Celebrate the beautiful pigments of design

Donate today and you’ll be helping us celebrate and preserve a rich history of designers of color.

Visit our donation page and help us keep our mission of design inclusion alive.