Shades of white

Shades of white

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Dégradés - Akatre - Contemporary Art Studio

Dégradés

Dégradés - Akatre - Contemporary Art Studio

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Sculpture papier de la série "géométrie" de Maud Vantours (1985) designer et plasticienne française.

Sculpture papier de la série "géométrie" de Maud Vantours (1985) designer et plasticienne française.

Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It is associated with joy, sunshine, and the tropics. Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation.

Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It is associated with joy, sunshine, and the tropics. Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation.

Antonia Basler

Antonia Basler

Brown In terms of the visible spectrum, "brown" refers to high wavelength (low frequency) hues, yellow, orange, or red, in combination with low luminance or saturation.[4] Since brown may cover a wide range of the visible spectrum, composite adjectives are used such as red brown, yellowish brown, dark brown or light brown.

Brown In terms of the visible spectrum, "brown" refers to high wavelength (low frequency) hues, yellow, orange, or red, in combination with low luminance or saturation.[4] Since brown may cover a wide range of the visible spectrum, composite adjectives are used such as red brown, yellowish brown, dark brown or light brown.

Color wheel

Color wheel

The notion that pink is a feminine colour is a recent one. One example from an article in the trade publication Earnshaw's Infants' Department, June 1918: "The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink, being a more decided and stronger color, is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."

The notion that pink is a feminine colour is a recent one. One example from an article in the trade publication Earnshaw's Infants' Department, June 1918: "The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink, being a more decided and stronger color, is more suitable for the boy, while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."

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