You have probably seen or read about the so called color blind T-shirts, which are not funny. They are basically profane t-shirts that color blind people cannot read. Appalling. There are other color blind T-shirts from companies such as zazzle that are amusing. In reality growing up color blind whether man or women, leads to many challenges. Clothing, stop-lights are just a few obstacles that those who can’t see in all spectrums have to overcome.
Colour blindness affects men more than women. 1 in 12 men have some form of color blindness and 1 in 200 women in the world. It is a common, not the unusual. In celebration of ridding the world of all types of color blindness, today we are featuring Color Blind works of decor or art.
1.) This Color Blind clock can be found on uncommon goods
2.) Color Blind artwork can be made reusing your old Ishihara test or from artists such as Roy Nachum. You can also find vintage color blind tests which can be frame on sites such as Etsy.
3.) These color blind pillows were seen on Etsy. Nika Grace Designs)
4.) We love this Color Blind Window. You can utilize the same concept in smaller spaces.
5.) Who says that color blind nails are not part of any decor!
There are two lenses that have been developed for people with color blindness: Enchroma is a lenses that has been developed for use by the color blind.,