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Red Influence ~ Color Crazy Challenge 2019

In order to contribute to Color Crazy Challenge 2019, which has been rebooted by Kim, I have chosen four red-pitched images for this week’s theme.

Given that I have been working with photos and paintings to support each other with the various writings that I have posted here, I have chosen two photos and two paintings.

Don’t forget, that red always supports our health which is more concentrated in nutrition; Bright red on fruits and vegetables helps convert carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy for the body. In addition, red fruit is also rich in fiber and powerful antioxidants. All red foods naturally are foods low in calories and sodium. Red is also a source of antioxidants, fiber, and (bio) flavonoids such as hesperidin. Also lycopene, folate, potassium, quercetin, ellagic acid, and vitamins A, B, and C.

I’m sure we all know the psychological influence of red. Red is a color that provides inspiration, power, energy, warmth, love, lust, and aggression. Red can usually trigger a person’s emotional level as well as the color that most often attracts attention.

Red has the effect of stimulating attention or achievement, and stimulates the adrenal glands, to increase heart rate. So that red is usually used to attract attention.

Of course, as always, in the world of duality, red also has a negative influence.

  • Which red is more attracts your attention?

    • Red Mica
    • King’s palm fruits
  • Which red is more energetic in influencing your emotions?

    • Burning Planet
    • Red Blocks

What do you think?

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  1. I have read some interesting articles about the color red. I will share with you..
    The history of languages reveals that red is the first color after black and white.
    Red is the color of good luck in Asia and is the most popular color in China.
    Most Japanese children draw the sun as a big red circle.
    Red is an auspicious color for marriage. Brides in India and Nepal wear red saris; in Japan, a red kimono symbolizes happiness and good luck.

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