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Moses Harris, Prismatic colors, [1766] Mimicking the spread of light from a source, Harris places the pure colors at the center of his circle and the lightest at the outer edge. In the late 18th century, Moses Harris elaborated on the Newtonian color wheel by charting not only pure colors, but the various shades of those colors as well.

Moses Harris - Prismatic Colors, “The Natural System of Colors”, 1766.

Moses Harris’s chart was the first full-color circle. The 18 colors of his wheel were derived from what he then called the three ‘primitive’ colors: red, yellow and blue. At the center of the wheel, Harris showed that black is formed by the superimposition of these colors. Mimicking the spread of light from a source, Harris places the pure colors at the center of his circle and the lightest at the outer edge.

Goin Back to Hogwarts

My Dear Friends,

I have some very exciting news… I’M GOIN BACK TO HOGWARTS!

I have been admitted to the University of Michigan Law School class of ‘19! At the end of May I will be heading to Ann Arbor to begin law school, and hopefully become an Entertainment Attorney.

This was a big decision for me, as I love acting and living and working in Los Angeles, but in the end I decided I wanted to take on a new role within the entertainment industry.

The best part is all of my friends, family, and my amazing girlfriend Tessa Netting, have supported me 110% on this really exciting new adventure.

So I want to say THANK  YOU to them and all of you for your endless love and encouragement!

Please know I’m not going anywhere- you can still find me on Twitter & Snapchat and I will probably still do comedy from time to time.

You can definitely see me at GEEKY CON this summer, and I will be around for StarKid events as much as I possibly can.

I love all of you Pandas. Thanks for going with me on this crazy cool new journey.

-Joe Moses