I grew up in the 70’s. And in that decade color was so prevalent you could almost taste it. From the psychedelic album covers (for those of that actually know what albums are) to the drastic disco outfits and lava lamps – color was everywhere. Wall posters of our favourite bands awash in reds, oranges and purples were plastered on the walls in our teenage bedrooms and things as ordinary as kitchen appliances were bathed in a spectral representation of the full color wheel.
Mood rings were all the rage and my mother’s affliction for that particular piece of jewellery was my first foray into the correlation of color and feeling. Colors are tied to our emotions and even used to describe feelings. People will tell you that they are feeling blue when they are depressed or green with envy and when angered, they see red.
Contrary to some opinions…
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