Colors Are Carefully Used To Send Messages In Political Art

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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.


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