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Why red?

For the Japanese, the red color is a synonym for happiness, while Europeans associate it with passion, fire, energy, power. In general, warm colors produce a state of well-being and happiness, but for Americans, red is an aggressive color that inspires strength. The first reference to it was made in the Iron Age. And since then, the different peoples of the world have begun to associate with different animals, characteristics, and significance. In ancient Egypt, only the "red crown" of the delta (Lower Nile of Egypt) had a positive significance, otherwise red was associated with snakes. For a long time in ancient China, this color was sacred. Having a general stimulating effect, many do not dare to use it daily in clothing. In rooms where red is predominant creates nervousness, so it is not recommended by specialists in interior design for the bedroom wall. Instead, restaurants use this color to attract customers and increase their appetite. Red catches the eye, so one is surprised that most stolen cars are red. If you wear red clothes you will be noticed instantly. Do you want to be the center of attention? Try our red t-shirts that will catch everyone's eye:


Often interpreted as the color of the Sun, it is a color that appears in the flag of many peoples. Jews in the Middle Ages wore yellow clothing, and in the tenth century, the doors of criminals and traitors were painted yellow in France. The first Emperor of China was nicknamed the "Yellow Emperor". Listed in Europe as the color of jealousy, Asians attribute to its benefits such as stimulating and maintaining vigilance. According to the observations of some researchers, the lighter this color, the more attention it attracts. There is a theory that this color stimulates the metabolism, and mothers who adhere to this theory often paint the room of children with different shades of yellow.


Religiously green is the color of the Earth. To understand the power attributed by Christians to this color, it is enough to think that the Cross of Jesus Christ, as a symbol of the hope of salvation, was often represented as green, the Holy Grail was emerald green, and the throne of the Last Judgment was of green jasper (Revelation of St. John, 4: 3). If we think of the association made by Shakespeare in his famous opera Othello "the green-eyed monster" we see that green for him was synonymous with jealousy. In popular symbolism it means hope, and in Chinese symbolism, green and white form an antagonistic pair because the green dragon is the representation of the primordial principle Yin (mercury and water) and the white tiger is the representation of the Yang principle (lead and fire). Psychologically, green characterizes the type of passive, autonomous personality. Those looking for interior harmony choose to paint a wall or the whole room green. Green accessories are versatile, always fashionable, and easy to combine with other colors.

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