The variety of colour in this plant helps to relieve
Photographer: Maciej Latocha
Contact: "Peie" at www.sxc.hu
BRITISH COLOUR COUNCIL Machinery Colours Safety Colour Code Pipe Identification Colours. (B.C.C. is now defunct)
BRITISH STANDARD 2929 Safety Colours for use in Industry. (1957)
BRITISH STANDARD 1710 Specification for Identification of Pipelines. (1960/1966)
BRAINERD, A.A. & DENNING, M. Trans. Am. Illum. Engineering Soc. 1941 1397-1413; Light & Lighting 1942 53 (3) 37.
Co.I.D. & B.C.C. Conference on Colour in Industry at the R.I.B.A. Nov. 1948.
CZELNY, K.T.J. (1971) Colour in the Motor Industry. The Colour Group (Great Britain) 2nd April 1971.
DELATOUR, P. Ingenieurs et Techniciens; Chim., Peint., 1952 15(2) 91, 93-4
GLOAG, H.L. (1961) Colouring in Factories. Building Research Station, London: H.M.S.O. (Factory Building Studies no.8)
GRIMSHAW, H. Colour & Lighting on Machinery R.I.B.A. Nov. 1948.
PECK, A.P. Printing Machinery for better seeing. Sci. Am. 1941 165 (8) 318-21.
TAKEHARA, A. (1984) The “Philosopher of Color”, Clino Castelli in Car Styling. Autumn 1984. Tokyo: Hokuto Tsusho. This is an article in Japanese, with captions to the colour illustrations in English. It explains the colour principles used by Clino Castelli in styling cars. It also shows his “matrix” system and his fibre matching device.
WILSON, R.F. (1960) Colour in Industry Today. London: George Allen & Unwin.