A Dictionary of Color Combinations is a book of sample color combinations created by the Japanese artist Sanzo Wada in 1918. The book provides sample color combinations for art students and professionals to use. It has been credited with being the first book to catalog color schemes in such a manner and has been compared to modern graphic design resources. This file contains 348 color combinations converted from CMYK to HEX. It is a great copilot for the original book, which we highly recommend to have in your library.