Luscher Color Test

September 29, 2009 | 6 Comments |

The Luscher Color Test was devised by psychologict Max Luscher in 1969. It’s effectiveness has been known in advertising and industry (automotive and fashion) for years. Now you can gain some pracitalc insight into color psychology with this well-known color test – online.

It’s uncanny what this test can reveal (consistently), but remember it’s just a starting point. What’s far more revealing is your unique living relationship with color, which is revealed over time and in a variety of contexts under many influences. Awareness is the key. Use this as food for thought for developing insight into your relationship with color.

Take the test here.

What did the test reveal for you?

Comment here!

Read more on Color Psychology here.

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  • jahartford

    Every time I take this test I’m surprised at the colors I choose. I’m also surprised at the accuracy of the test.

  • I think my color choices are pretty consistent (warm to cool) but the results (accurate!) change a little each time…

  • Stress: You have a strong desire to be free and uninhibited but you struggle to restrain these desires and maintain a rational and consistent life-style.

    An artist on one side and an accountant/CFO on the other…stress or balance?

  • Surprisingly accurate but missed on a couple of comments.

  • JP – you may be interested in this TED Talk about color and illusion

  • Honestly, disturbingly accurate!


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