Around the world, based on where someone lives their perception of the meaning of certain colors may change. This is due to how the culture surrounding the area has used and defined the color and in turn influenced them. 937 more words
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Ever since man understood fiery red meant danger and those purple berries were poisonous, colour has been associated with moods and feelings.
Religious artists used colour as a form of shorthand – people looking at a stained glass window or a heraldic coat of arms would have instantly known blue equalled contemplative faith or green meant hope.