Object of Desire

Blue is the world's favorite colour, which is possibly why it has multiple names - the mere mention of azure, cobalt, sapphire, cerulean and indigo conjures up so many evocative images.

12th February, 2012
Object of Desire
Blue is the colour.

Blue is the world's favorite colour, which is possibly why it has multiple names - the mere mention of azure, cobalt, sapphire, cerulean and indigo conjures up so many evocative images. Recent scientific research has revealed that, of all the colours, blue is the one our brains most respond to: apparently, it causes the release of 11 neurotransmitters that relax the body, but also prompt creativity.

This augers well for this stunning abstract by Sean Scully....

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