The relativity of color or can you see that the two brown squares are the same color? "A thing is never seen as it really is." (Josef Albers (Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, Yale), Interaction of Color 1963)
Do You See What I See? BBC on the Subjectivity of Color Perception by Maria Popova Why you should wear red on your next date, or what an African tribe can teach us about the color of water. We’ve previously examined the extreme ends of how the brain perceives color, from Ben Lotto’s remarkable optical illusions to the curious neurological short-circuiting known as synesthesia. But how do “normal” people see “normal” color? Turns out, the answer isn’t as black and white.
I am Annija Veldre from Latvia, a 21-year-old self-taught artist. I take creative fine art photos and Photoshop manipulations to capture the essence of beauty in the connection of human, nature and animal.