Exploring the fundamental colors of the mundane through reduction and interpolation is an exploration of the possibilities of digital manipulation. Reduction, in this context, refers to the process of simplifying and minimizing a visual element or composition. Interpolation, on the other hand, involves adding complexity to an image or composition by manipulating its existing elements. Digital manipulation is used in both processes to achieve the desired effect, combining traditional art techniques with modern technology to create something entirely new. The results of these explorations can be thought-provoking and aesthetically pleasing, offering a unique perspective on mundane subjects.