References to Black & White
- Various Uses & References to Black & White within the world of LOST:
- Playing of Backgammon, Locke holds up the backgammon pieces for Walt and states: “two players, two sides, one is light, one is dark.”
- Stones on the bodies found in the cave, in a pouch.
One black stone, one white stone.
- When Claire has her nightmarish visions/dreams,
one is of Locke with one white eye & one black eye
- The glasses made for Sawyer are a fusing of two
frames: one white & one black
- The plume/tower of smoke that supposedly signals that “the others” are coming is black. (The same tower of smoke went up before “the others” took Danielle’s daughter Alex.)
- The “monster” is, apparently, a wisp of black smoke
- The polar bear was white (and, just for the record: polar bears have black skin)
- Jack’s suit in the first episode was black & white
- Charlie’s shoes (Vans?) that he hid his drugs in had a black & white checkerboard pattern.
- Jack chooses “standard black” as the thread color for his stitches.
- In the first episode, Jack passes a white shoe hanging from a tree (yes, I know this one’s a bit of a stretch)… with a black lining.
- The horse the Kate sees in the jungle is black
- The rocks that Bernard was using to make an “SOS” sign on the beach were black.
- The Dharma Initiative logo has black graphics over a white background
- NOTE: A lot of people have written in about Rose & Bernard… but neither is actually black or white.