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    Color Voodoo Publications, a subsidiary of Colorcom. We’re located in Honolulu, Hawaii, the crossroads of East and West.

    About the e-books

    Color Voodoo Publications has been publishing e-books since 1997. Our first e-book, “A Guide to Color Symbolism”, is now one of eleven publications. We hope you’ll explore our unique assortment of books about color.

    Prestigious universities, such as Rocky Mountain School of Design, use these books as textbooks. Distinguished clients such as the U.S. State Department, Gallo Vineyards and many others have purchased these publications as a resource for their design team.

    The books have been well received by so many of our customers who have no design training. As one person wrote “…the overall content of the books is clear, crisp, and easy to use even for people like me, an engineer with no artistic background.”

    About the author

    Jill Morton is an internationally recognized color consultant whose clientele includes Nokia, Kodak, and Dow Chemical. Fortune Magazine, The New York Times, and other prestigious publications have sought her editorial commentary about the red hot “scientific art” of color.

    Jill holds a master’s degree in fine arts, has served on the faculties of the University of Hawaii and Chaminade University, and currently makes her home in Honolulu.

    For more information, please link to her bio,  her educational website Color Matters, her work as a color consultant at Colorcom, and her Color Matters online courses.

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    Mailing Address and Phone Contact

    Mailing Address
    Color Voodoo Publications
    3907 Maunahilu Place
    Honolulu, Hawaii 96816


    Phone Contact
    Colorcom Publishing: 1-707-709-8988
    The publisher is located in Hawaii and the time zone is 5 hours behind U.S. Eastern Standard Time (and 6 hours during U.S. Daylight Savings time.) In other words, if it’s 12 noon in Washington D.C. it’s 7:00 A.M. in Hawaii.