“Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow.”
Orange will always be orange
You either love it or hate it.
The combination of yellow and red that conveys presence. You simply can’t ignore it. It commands attention, but without being overpowering as red. Orange is flamboyant.
You can just sense the good life in it. t’s kind of social and inviting. like a butterfly, but an extrovert one. It is definitely an active color that’s why we associate it with excitement, warmth, enthusiasm…. Orange has the power to release inhibitions and to stimulate the mental activity.
If a color can boost a creativity, that’s definitely orange. It’s like a breath of fresh air. A shot of inspiration.
I don’t know if it is trendy now but it surely was groovy color back in the 70s. I simply love the orange details from the last century. The wallpapers, the textile designs, the interior elements. They were truly a signiture of a period in life were everything was blooming, awakening and liberating.
Orange, even in a political context can signify a simbol of new beginings.
Except that nothing rhymes with orange I red another interesting fact about the orange color and chacras.
Chakras are energy centers within the body that help to regulate all its processes. Each chakra governs specific functions and is represented by one of the seven chakra colors.
Orange: The color of the Sacral chakra, also known as Svadhisthana. This chakra is located beneath the navel, close to the genitals. The Sacral Chakra is linked to the sexual organs and reproductive system. Opening this chakra will free fertility and inherent creativity. The Sacral chakra stimulates sexuality and emotions.
Even though it’s a subjective, and you can disagree with the symbolism of the color, orange definitely leaves a mark of some kind. It’s a statement color. And I respect it’s voice.
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