Albers in Huedoku

Example of huedoku resolving every Albers’ Color Lesson (part 1)

The color matrix, used in huedoku,  was originally created by Dick Nelson who studied with Josef Albers at Yale. Albers was the preeminent color teacher of the 20th century who’s color lessons are renowned. Many of the laws of color (we say “laws” to go beyond nomenclature of “color theory”) are covered in Albers’ lessons, and the huedoku matrix is useful in resolving all of them. In this two part blog post, we present a sample color matrix, out of the huedoku Gallery “Psychadelia” to show how colors from the matrix are all that is needed to create examples of how color is relative.