I love colour and spend a lot of the time trying to either match colours or create a complete contrast. I also used to think I was quite good at identifying different colours - well I did, up until about five minutes ago!
I never used to hesitate in distinguishing my magenta's from my cerise, or my ocean foam's from my sea blue.
In fact I still can't quite understand why when you walk through the centre of Melbourne everybody wears black (including myself). I don't believe for a second it's a reflection on our weather, or that we all think we need to look thinner - but it does strike you as rather odd. I like to think it's so that when you walk through our outrageously beautiful gardens we just give good background for all the colourful plants :0)
Anyway, back to my recent colour failure. I attempted to correctly name 64 Crayolla Crayons. I thought, how hard can it be? It's even mutiple choice. I'll romp it in.
15 minutes later, I sit here like a blank canvas, devoid of the colour I hold so dear. I made 45 errors in naming the 64 crayons.
To help me get my colour back, I now need you to undertake the same 'test' I took. I want to know if it's just me, or that naming the colour of crayons does actually need you to take a Masters in Interior Design.
Click here to take Colour Test.
Good Luck and let me know how you go!!