Paint with no name

If you still don't know your colour wheel, this might be for you.

Japanese design team Ima Moteki have come up with a way for kids to learn about colour theory in a new, surprisingly simple way. The “Nameless Paint Set” includes primary colours on the outside of each tube, so you’d have to know which colours combine to make what you want (for instance, a yellow dot plus a blue dot means green paint inside). The idea picked up a design award a few years back, but is only now available to buy, according to Fast Company.

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