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Matryoshka dolls, a symbol of fertility and abundance, represent Russian with their big hearts, bright colors, and friendly families. Red colour in Russia connotes “beautiful”. It is the colour representing Moscow, the capital of Russia.
Various Kung-fu film masters of different generations vividly represent the energy and dynamism of Hong Kong, the Oriental Pearl. The colour is selected in remembrance of the King-fu legend, whose yellow jumpsuit is iconic and have become synonymous with power and strength.
La Havana Vintage Pink
The rainbow tones of colonial architectures and the classic American vintage cars in pink lathered across every facade of the city corners of Havana of Cuba always surprise us with its stirring cadence, extraordinary blend of cultures and fabulous music
The color purple has been associated with royalty, power and wealth for centuries. In fact, Queen Elizabeth I forbad anyone except close members of the royal family to wear it. Purple’s elite status stems from the rarity and cost of the dye originally used to produce it. Today, purple is still one of the favorite colours in the wardrobe of Queen Elizabeth II. We pick purple to represent the royal residence in London.
Born in Tokyo, Hayao Miyazaki is regarded as one of the greatest creators of animated films in Japan whose work has influential impact around the world. The colour concept is incubated from one of his popular animation films, Castle in the Sky (1986), where Hayao Miyazaki brings us to the discourse with the Nature in the fantasy adventure story.
Kyoto, the ancient capital and spiritual heart of Japan, is endowed with serene gardens and traditional tea houses surrounded by sakura that shows us different interpretations of their beauty despite the shortness of their lives.
The natural wonder of Great Barrier Reef in Queensland is featured with beautiful landscape of corals and vibrant array of marine life.
The soothing sight of Maldives shimmering blue is a therapeutic colour to stressful life.
The lush green Nile renews the land and blesses lives. We bring this green colour into the ink series to bring renewal and blessing to people.
Antonio Gaudí spent most of his life in Barcelona and the city boasts the largest concentration of his works in the world. We pick the special blue colour from Casa Battló, one of Gaudi’s masterpieces, which is decorated with a mosaic of smashed ceramic and glass tiles in shades of blue. Let the shade of Gaudi Blue illuminate creativity.
This navy blue colour is incubated from the blue tile roof of Blue House (Cheongwadae), the executive office and official residence of the head of state of South Korea. Taegeuk blue is also found on the flag of South Korea, symbolizing unity and harmony.
Towering above the city of Taipei with the blue skyline as a stunning backdrop, its 101 floors represent renewal and new beginning. The sky blue inspires selfless love and fidelity.
Eiffel Murky Brown
Since its construction in 1889, the Eiffel Tower has become the symbol of Paris. It is repainted every seven years by hand. Currently it’s a murky brown and the facelift is scheduled to end in 2021. We pick its murky brown colour to symbolize the dream for a better world with hope and light.
Da Vinci Charcoal Grey
The home to our Renaissance master, the art-filled Florence is pulsated with creativity, new ideas and artistic experimentation. This ink colour is to commemorate the 500 year anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci in 2019. A true genius and the most influential artists in history, da Vinci has left a significant legacy not only in the realm of art but also in science. This colour is inspired by the charcoal drawing of da Vinci to express the brightest and inventive imagination.
Derived from a Greek word, “Logos” literally means “word” with its philosophical context of “a principle of order and knowledge”, and is the highest and noblest function of human beings. The colour of Logos Black manifests the power of word in connecting people together.