Psychology of Color Pencils Name Hues After Moods

Psychology of Color Pencils Name Hues After Moods
Design

Thought-provoking words replace standard color labels in this colored pencil set for grownups

Jason Brick
  • 27 october 2014

The link between color and emotion has been thoroughly explored before. It’s why politicians and CEOs show up on camera in blue, and why hospitals and jails are that specific shade of beige or pale pink. Colors reflect — and can influence — our emotions.

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