Colors Are Carefully Used To Send Messages In Political Art

Plenty of American political campaign art follows a red, white, and blue color scheme. Sure, it's patriotic, but it's a whole lot more than a show of love for the U.S. Each color on the American flag evokes strong and different emotions in a viewer. Once you see it, you'll start seeing patterns in where these colors pop up and why. Get all the color theory in the video below.

How Color Theory Informs Political Campaign Art

The colors red, white, and blue are not just patriotic. They also send powerful messages.

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Written by Curiosity Staff November 4, 2016

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