Hi, my name is Jacob. I’m in my late 30s and I live close to Copenhagen, the great capital of Denmark. As you may have guessed, I’m the creator of this amazing website (est. 2013).
My fascination with color began back when I was just a little kid. I loved drawing on everything and naturally my parents were thrilled with me decorating the floors, walls and furniture with my artwork.
I can still remember those beautiful blue crayons. I would keep drawing until there was nothing left and I was unable to hold them any longer, only to pick up another one and let my imagination unfold.
Colors play an even greater role in my life now. I use them every day in my job where I work with design and marketing. To me, finding the right colors and making them work together is something I really enjoy. I use colors to create all sorts of graphic material such as flyers, brochures, photographs, films, websites and logos.
If you want to hire me, send me an email and I’ll help bring some color to your project.
World-Renowned Color Expert
My passion for color has grown me on a professional and personal level, and I’m now one of the world’s most recognized color experts, which of course I’m very proud of.
Here are some popular websites that have mentioned me:
- Elite Daily
- The Spruce
- Creative Bloq
- Tektonika by HP
- The Conversation
- Small Business Trends
- British Columbia University
- George Mason University
- Apartment Therapy
- Morning Chores
- Deseret News
- Thrive Global
Add Color to Your Life
I hope you enjoy learning about colors and their meanings as much as I enjoy teaching you.
The great thing about color is that if you dedicate yourself to them, they have the power to change your life for the better.
Help me spread the knowledge and understanding of colors by telling your friends and family about this place. If you think it’s cool, I’m sure they will too.
I’d love to hear from you if you share my passion, so please feel free to leave a comment and let me know what you think of my website.
Color doesn’t exist without light, so in order to see color, we need to see the light.– Jacob Olesen