Psychology, Symbolism, and Interesting Facts
Symbolism and Psychology
Do different colors affect your mood?
Hospital rooms are often painted in what relaxing color?
What Your Car Color Says About You
Red is speedy, silver is cool, and dark green is traditional
A World of Color from Crayons to Academic Costume
The History of Color
Learn how people in ancient times created color for their garments
Seasonal Color Analysis
Find out how to choose the right colors to wear
Most Popular Car Colors
SUV drivers like white; sports car drivers prefer silver
Most Popular International Car Colors
South Americans, Asians, and Europeans largely have the same taste in car colors
Academic Costume Colors
The color of science is golden yellow; the color of theology is scarlet
Crayola Crayon Colors
Among the newest Crayola colors are mango tango and inch worm
Colors of the Universe
From blue stars to red spots
Color and Fashion
From blue jeans to white lab coats
Facts About Color
The spectrum and properties of color
The Color Wheel
Primary and secondary colors explained
Tints and shades
Opposites on the spectrum: blue and orange, red and green
Colors closely associated on the color spectrum
Warm colors are made with red, orange, and yellow
Cool colors are made with blue, green, and purple
The Color Wheel and Types of Colors
Color values and tints, complementary colors, analogous colors, and more
Science Experiment: What's in a Color?
Are all colors created equally? Is the red dye in a magic marker simply made up of red chemicals?
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