Posts Tagged ‘car color’

Nick Kurczewski recently interviewed me about the evolution of color vision. As you know, I believe it’s all about emotion, and skin.

And in our modern culture, we’re often displaying colors not on our naked skin as we’re “supposed” to, but on the artifacts we cover ourselves with, like our clothing.

…and our cars.

Nick Kurczewski’s story concerns car colors, and appeared here in Road and Track.


More information about my research on color vision can be found in my book, The Vision Revolution, and in these pieces.

Mark Changizi is Professor of Human Cognition at 2AI, and the author of The Vision Revolution (Benbella Books) and the upcoming book Harnessed: How Language and Music Mimicked Nature and Transformed Ape to Man (Benbella Books).

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