I’m loving the monochrome paintings from The Colour Store, a project searching the most beautiful colours in the world. Carefully reproduced from natural pigments and using traditional binders, each colour is a unique snapshot of specific place and time and handcrafted in their studio in New York. Every painting comes with a detailed explanation of the historical and spatial significance of its colour. My favourite is the Veronese Green in the first picture, which is originally made from the earth of Verona and was used by le Corbusier for some of the walls of his Pessac housing estate.