Stanford's ARTSTUDIO60 class is a contemporary take on The Basic Course at the Bauhaus as taught by Johannes Itten. It is a rite of passage in the Stanford Design Program. 300 Objects, is essentially a color theory exercise in which students paint 300 small objects and arrange them in three different patterns using 100 objects per pattern. The goal is to give students a more intuitive understanding of color and a language in which to communicate it.
Process shots below.