International Colour Day – What Each Colour Means

Polarity Technologies has learned that the International Colour Day is observed by over 30 countries, on the 21st of March of each year.

According to Wikipedia “Colour is one of the most influential phenomena in people’s lives and also one of the channels that contributes most greatly to the perception of reality. All around the world memorable colour activities are increasingly being developed during the International Colour Day.”

Here is what each colour represents according to Canva.

Red – Danger, Passion, Excitement, Energy

Orange – Fresh, Youthful, Creative, Adventurous

Yellow – Optimistic, Cheerful, Playful, Happy

Green – Natural, Vitality, Prestige, Wealth

Blue – Communicative, Trustworthy, Calming, Depressed

Purple – Royalty, Majesty, Spiritual, Mysterious

Brown – Organic, Wholesome, Simple, Honest

Pink – Feminine, Sentimental, Romantic, Exciting

Black – Sophisticated, Formal, Luxurious, Sorrowful

White – Purity, Simplicity, Innocence, Minimalism

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