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Brief Published: 24 May 2011

Arthur Buxton’s Colour Analysis


Graphic designer and illustrator Arthur Buxton has recently published a colour analysis of British Vogue covers dating from 2001 until early 2011.

His method of charting colour uses proportional colour bars, each of which represents a different issue’s cover. Released in a limited edition of 50 prints, each priced at £40, the artwork shows beige and white to be key colours, with splashes of red, pink, mint, brown and turquoise appearing throughout the decade.