Colour is one of my favourite subjects, but things get even wierder if you add time to the mix. Unfortunately, I can't find the the illusion that demonstrates how we try to see forward in time (eg when catching a ball).
His book "Deviate" is worth a read.
Another one I really liked was Margaret Livingstone's book "Vision and Art: The Biology of Seeing"
There are a couple of good books by Andrew Parker that talk about the evolution of vision and then about colour. Really interesting reads.
In the blink of an eye.
Seven deadly colours.
If you are into the physics of reality, then you could try
Reality is not what it seems, by Carlo Rovelli. Warning - this is about quantum gravity, so if you understand all of it, please explain it to me.
Sure, I will… but don't hold your breath!