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'Crayola Theory' Shows That Color Coding Can Look Oh So Good (PHOTOS)

Jul 26, 2013 | Updated Jul 26, 2013
Daniel Seung Lee

Photographer Daniel Seung Lee is out to prove just how accurate Crayola crayon titles actually are.

For his playful series, "Crayola Theory," Lee teamed up with art director Dawn Kim to juxtapose physical objects with their correlating hues. We can't get enough of these bite-sized color bursts; there is something so summery and delicious about each color-packed square.

Check them out below and let us know which colors you wish were included in the comments.

Lemons
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Jeans
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Aquamarine
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Brick red
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Blush
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Banana
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Pennies
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Eggplant
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Flamingo
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