Diagrams of the Fuzz and Baum color schemes. “We started with Josef Albers colors — on a tetrahedron with a dark green and light grey interior that both fade into a mango yellow exterior — but eventually we decided that the inside needed more contrast, where the shape is sharpest,” Deddens explains. “Where the shape gradually blurs, the colors can blur into one. Now the colors are really just chosen on taste.”
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Diagrams of the Fuzz and Baum color schemes. “We started with Josef Albers colors — on a tetrahedron with a dark green and light grey interior that both fade into a mango yellow exterior — but eventually we decided that the inside needed more contrast, where the shape is sharpest,” Deddens explains. “Where the shape gradually blurs, the colors can blur into one. Now the colors are really just chosen on taste.”