14th February 2022.Reading time 8 minutes.
By Francesca Lungarotti The color red’s history is as rich and meaningful as the color itself. Red was the first color developed for painting and dying. It symbolized the religious contrast between the blood of Christ and the fires of Hell, and as far back as the Middle Ages, red was associated with love, lust, and anger. […]
6th September 2021.Reading time 6 minutes.
“Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions.” –Pablo Picasso Colors affect us. Humans are more comfortable in spaces with color than in those without. We are attracted to the beautiful colors in nature, but we are also drawn to colorful objects that are man-made. From the cheerful hues of Burano Island in Venice to the sun-kissed […]