How Color Affects Humans Perception of Others
Color could be considered a visual language.
It can influence thinking and affect how humans act.
Red can lead to anger, green can help create calm.
Color can cause happy feelings, as well as sad.
Some colors even cause a feeling of hunger!
So how does color contribute to a person's sense of identity and human social interaction?
Student designers at The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore,
Maryland explored those questions recently at an annual fashion show.
This year's show was called 'Hueman,' spelled H-U-E-M-A-N.
The name combines hue, another word for color with man as in human.
Briana Arrington was one of the show's organizers.
"The name for the show reflects the way that we connect and it speaks to color playing a big part in our civil existence," she said.
More than 20 designers created the ready-to-wear clothing exhibit.
Designer Grayson Gross calls her clothing line 'Queens.'
She used bold colors for each model to create sharply individual silhouettes.
"My line is called Qu