Eccoci ad un nuovo appuntamento con il Color Vocabulary di Enérie, questa volta dedicato alle tonalità di rosso. Ritrovalo anche su Fractals!

Eccoci ad un nuovo appuntamento con il Color Vocabulary di Enérie, questa volta dedicato alle tonalità di rosso. Ritrovalo anche su Fractals!

:LIGHT RED represents joy, sexuality, passion, sensitivity, and love :   PINK signifies romance, love, and friendship. It denotes feminine qualities and passiveness : DARK RED is associated with vigor, willpower, rage, anger, leadership, courage, longing, malice, and wrath : BROWN suggests stability and denotes masculine qualities : REDDISH BROWN is associated with harvest and fall.

:LIGHT RED represents joy, sexuality, passion, sensitivity, and love : PINK signifies romance, love, and friendship. It denotes feminine qualities and passiveness : DARK RED is associated with vigor, willpower, rage, anger, leadership, courage, longing, malice, and wrath : BROWN suggests stability and denotes masculine qualities : REDDISH BROWN is associated with harvest and fall.

red and navy blue color ideas for fall and winter weddings

red and navy blue color ideas for fall and winter weddings

Michelangelo Antonioni's "Il Deserto Rosso" ("Red Desert)," 1964.

Michelangelo Antonioni's "Il Deserto Rosso" ("Red Desert)," 1964.

This arrangement of the shades of red, also suggests the many tones of my emotion throughout the scene

This arrangement of the shades of red, also suggests the many tones of my emotion throughout the scene

vibrant red and orange fall wedding color ideas

vibrant red and orange fall wedding color ideas

Color Palette #2880

Color Palette #2880

bright red, color of berries, deep red, emerald green, house color selection, interior color schemes, Orange Color Palettes, Red Color Palettes

bright red, color of berries, deep red, emerald green, house color selection, interior color schemes, Orange Color Palettes, Red Color Palettes

P@tty Perline: gennaio 2012

P@tty Perline: gennaio 2012

There is much debate about Michelangelo Antonioni and cinematographer Carlo Di Palma’s intentions for the highly controlled and extremely expressive use of color in Red Desert (1964).  This Technicolor masterwork was Antonioni’s first color feature, and presents us with one of the most emotionally illustrative and evocative uses of pallete in cinema history.

There is much debate about Michelangelo Antonioni and cinematographer Carlo Di Palma’s intentions for the highly controlled and extremely expressive use of color in Red Desert (1964). This Technicolor masterwork was Antonioni’s first color feature, and presents us with one of the most emotionally illustrative and evocative uses of pallete in cinema history.

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