Colour Psychology

Colours

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colours from Verner Panton

 

“The colours influence our life and our momentary mood. Colours can generate a cheerful or a depressed atmosphere. For many people colour is more important than form if they do look at an object (not ladies) or experience something. It would be ideal if one could change his surrounding according to his mind situation, daytime and season”, said Verner Panton.

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white

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color white.

 

 

 

“I am not fond of white”, Verner Panton wrote in his book Lidt om Farver / Notes on Colour. White is no colour, but rather the absence of colour.

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black

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color black.

 

 

 

Black swallows the light, donates no energy, but soaks it up. As well as black clothes leave no light to the skin, it also affects negatively on interior fittings.

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violet

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color violet.

 

 

 

Violet stimulates to make an internal stop and stands for intuition and being psychic. In fact violet supports the examination and perception, has a raising effect.

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blue

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color blue.

 

 

 

Blue in the workplace promotes the concentration and serves spiritual inspiration. The sea is blue and suggests extent.

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green

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color green.

 

 

 

The colour which is close connected with nature in her cleanness, as an emerald green, used by the Dane actually only once: in a connecting hall of the Visiona 2.

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yellow

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color yellow.

 

 

 

The sun is yellow, yolks are yellow and not to forget honey. Yellow is suited for the sunny areas which should cheer up, like window area or bedroom.

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orange

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color orange.

 

 

 

It stands for creativity and vitality – orange can even help to solve inhibitions and suppressed feelings.

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red

by Bianca KILLMANN

Colour Psychology for the Color red.

 

 

 

“The fact that red accelerates the pulse, nevertheless, everybody knows”, expressed the Dane once. Because its oscillation swing most slowly, red is really the thickest and heaviest of all colours.

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