I have always liked Jimmy Eat World. Their music is upbeat and catchy, and Jim Adkins voice is unique and beautiful. This particular album is one of my favorites because it just seems to move at such a positive pace. It has always gotten me up and ready to go.
The album cover is filled with my all time loved color, blue, so its no surprise I am attracted to it. I also like the vintage appeal of the photograph, with the old trophies and jukebox. The palette has a nice mix of soft solid hues and striking metallics, just enough retro style. I created two palettes because the colors can be combined in a few successful ways. Each palette would create a different feel in a space.
Baroness is up again. How can I not include all their albums in these palettes? Each one is awesome. Yellow and Green is very earthy with its textured browns and golden yellows. A few pops of color help the neutrals bounce a bit as well. And as strange as the artwork seems, what beautiful line work and shading Baizley presents us. Such a super skilled and unique artist.
These soft hues are great for any interior space you want to relax in. Would be nice used in a kitchen to brighten up the space for a cheery feel or even a children’s room or bedroom for a calming, and nature inspired look.