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    effect of colors

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    Effect of colors Did you know that the color blue gives you the impression that a space is larger than it actually is in reality? It’s not the only case when colors help you juggle with their special effects. Let’s look at some of the most important issues regarding the role of chromatic combinations in the creation of a pleasant and relaxed ambiance. Suppose we have two rooms in one apartment. The two rooms are identical in size‚ but we paint the walls in two different colors: dark

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    Colors

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    world of colors by painting everything it touches. Our plain and soulless furniture gains meaning. Our brown bookshelf‚ gray study table‚ green mug carpets‚ rugs‚ curtains the yellow wheat fields in the harvest picture‚ the blue china vase‚ our favorite brown sweater the striking green of a tree surrounded by concrete buildings‚ the blue sky‚ and the carousel of life that becomes worth living by being embellished with colors. Let’s travel through the wonderful world of colors. Each color conceals

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    Color Therapy

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    [pic] Color Therapy was first discovered thousands of years ago in the ancient cultures of China‚ Egypt‚ and India. Each color gives off a different wavelength and energy. The main colors involved in color therapy include; red‚ orange‚ yellow‚ green‚ blue‚ indigo‚ and violet. Each of these colors relates to one of the seven main chakras‚ which are just energy centers in the body. If you balance these seven chakras then you are in good health and wellbeing. These colors also affect your mood

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    Color Essay

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    Favorite Color Essay With all the beautiful colors out there‚ I have to say that my favorite color is blue. Blue symbolizes loyalty that is why it is preferred to wear a blue tie or dress during a job interview and also the reason cops have blue uniforms. This color is present everywhere through the infinite deep sky and ocean releasing a peaceful vibe‚ which you can’t help but relax. It has a wavelength of about 470 nm‚ third shortest after indigo and violet. The complementary color of blue is

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    color blue

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    Blue is the favorite color of all people. It’s nature’s color for water and sky‚ but is rarely found in fruits and vegetables. Today‚ blue is embraced as the color of heaven and authority‚ denim jeans and corporate logos. It is cold‚ wet‚ and slow as compared to red’s warmth‚ fire‚ and intensity. Blue has more complex and contradictory meanings than any other color. These can be easily explained by pinpointing by the specific shade of blue. Bright blue: cleanliness‚ strength‚ dependability

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    Color and Gatsby

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    Colours = visual imagery Convey The Jazz Age: overwhelming parties‚ dresses and a variety of colours to symbolise the vibrant and colourful (maybe garish?) lives/culture of people during The Jazz Age. Yellow and Gold: Money‚ Money‚ Money. Oh‚ and Death. First off‚ we’ve got yellows and golds‚ which we’re thinking has something to do with…gold (in the cash money sense). Why gold and not green? Because we’re talking about the real stuff‚ the authentic‚ traditional‚ "old money" – not these new-fangled

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    The Colors of Gatsby

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    John Brown Mr. Quintis Honors English III 21 September 2011 The Colors of Gatsby In the novel The Great Gatsby there are many forms of symbolism that are well used. Symbolism can be interpreted in many different ways. Authors use symbols to try and get the reader to connect and think more about what they are reading. Symbolism is a very good technique when writing because it helps make a book more interesting and adds depth. In the novel The Great Gatsby‚ Fitzgerald uses symbolism

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    Colors of Emergency

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    References: : http://www.ehow.com/info_12065677_advantages-red-green-flashlight-bulbs.html http://www.ehow.com/info_8227604_advantages-red-painted-walls.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color http://www.sensationalcolor.com/color-messages-meanings/color-meaning-symbolism-psychology/all-about-the-color-red.html http://www.sae.org/standardsdev/tsb/cooperative/nblighting.pdf

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    Color Psychology

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    Color sells products. It is a powerful marketing tool that significantly influences consumer purchases‚ so much so that it accounts for 85% of the reason why someone decides to purchase a product (Hemphill 275). Marketers must understand the psychology of color in order to employ it effectively. Colors possess the ability to take an action and influence human behavior and emotion‚ and when properly used can be a vital tool in a successful marketing scheme. Crowley found that a physiologically

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    Color and Religion

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    Color has so much meaning in our world today. Different countries and their cultures see different meaning in color. Religion is a major part of color distinction and meaning. The color red means something different to Christian‚ Buddhist‚ Jewish‚ and Islamic religions. Traditions and beliefs change the meaning of colors in religions around the world. Christianity is a monotheistic religion and teaches the life of Jesus of Nazareth. Christians believe in Jesus Christ ad follow him as the Son of

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