Monday, November 26, 2007

Any colour as long as it’s grey

Way back in April we posted a beautiful drawing showing the cracks that had been located in the surface of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Since then the building has been repaired, repatched and is now ready to paint. But what colour? For months now colour swatches have been hanging on one of the Museum’s walls for the public to look at. Lloyd-Wright’s original buff yellow was painted over in 1992. It's looking like the pale grey-white that was used then, will be used again.
Images: OTN options