You can build the globe on your own (the hands of a child are a bit small) or do it together with somebody else. If you need help, please look at this little film.


There are several ways to build the globe. Here is a brilliant one. Film by Julie Klein.


Is it difficult to explain color choices to a client? Do you teach color theory to students? Why is it so confusing to choose colors for your home? Do you really understand what saturation is? What is a complementary color?

Tricky! And yet, color influences most aspects of our lives; how we dress, how we enjoy food and art. The color of the sky tells us what time of the day it is. An apple´s taste is judged by its color. Men are more attracted to women in red than blue. Green light: go ahead. In nature danger is demonstrated by yellow + black. 

To discuss color is hard. Color names are either technical - RS0580Y70R – or vague and subjective, such as lavender. And terms like “saturation”, “chroma” and “value” are unknown to most. Digital color tools, such as in Photoshop, are hard to understand, at least for beginners, since they squeeze the 3 dimensions (hue, value and chroma) into a flat representation.

With Kolormondo´s 3D Color Wheel, it is now possible to unravel the complexity of color, making it more accessible and understandable to everyone. By seeing, touching and gasping the colors through a physical object, the color globe makes people engage in the exploration of colors in a hands-on and immersive manner, developing a deeper understanding and appreciation of colors.