I often think about the changing seasons and temperature shifts in my city of Toronto in relation to colour. So for this calendar I used 4 years of climate data from Environment Canada to map the daily high temperatures to a colour grid. Each day of the year shows the historical data of 4 temperatures by colour. Spring temperatures use a green-yellow palette, with autumn temperatures in a burgundy-purple palette. It’s fascinating to me to see the gradual shift in colour palette, but also the abnormal highs and lows that pop up throughout the year.
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