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    The right to see a color by its true way. Daltonism (color blindness) is a disease that 8% of the world population endure. “The Right Colors” sea… Read More
    The right to see a color by its true way. Daltonism (color blindness) is a disease that 8% of the world population endure. “The Right Colors” searches to communicate respect for all people with different capabilities than ours. Read Less
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The right to see a color by its true way. Daltonism (color blindness) is a disease that 8% of the world population endure. A disability that affects everyday life activities on thousands of people.

There are different levels in which this problem affects people and also a number of colors that are impossible for them to see properly, some of them are: red, blue and green.

Purple means: peace, conscience, wisdom, etc. It’s also one of the only colors that people with daltonism can see in its right way. This project is the combination between red and blue pigments which are not perceptible for their eyes but when in combination provides "the right color", this means the right all people deserve to appreciate a color in its most natural way.

Construction

Blown glass lamps, handcrafted by hand. All the glass used was recycled and the pigments applied for getting this purple color was the combination of red and blue; an ambient light to create an environment in different spaces.

Materials

-Glass                          90%
-Chacte Viga Wood   10%

Mission

This lamps represent clouds of communication, objects to illuminate everyone's right to see a color and above all, wake up conscience for other people who don’t know about color blindness in order to respect each other.

Exhibiting with design collective “La Tlapaleria” at Designerblock, London Design Festival 2013.
In collaboration with Santiago Gutierrez, "Sam"; blown glass handcraft man.
Photos by Kaleb J Cardenas Z & Andres Solis