Another lovely brief we had last term was the colour brief!
Pick a colour, find out as much as you can on this colour and make a A3 size poster telling people all the essence you find out about this colour.
I chose black just to prove black is indeed a colour!
There is a few ways to describe black depending on what tools you are using. In a print process you use Knockout black as part of the CMYK ink palette and are subtractive colours. C is Cyan (bluish colour), M is magenta, Y is yellow (of course) and K is Knockout black.
So black is an exhaustive combination of multiple colours of pigment.
Meaning black is the absence of all light.
Looking at these two explanations I wanted to take the description and add the symbolism black has in culture. For example, a sheep is just a sheep. But a black sheep is not just a black sheep, it brings a new meaning, a cultural understanding applied to a family relationship.
So without more pondering this is what I made: