"Ironic Pink" by Mirelle Ortega
– How Color Shaped the World –
Color Anthropology features sixty international illustrators and designers who, through their prints and originals, have provided a snapshot into the history, significance, and prominence of some of their favorite colors from throughout the ages. From Egyptian Blue to Millenial Pink, Ancient to Contemporary, each color has stories we can't even begin to imagine. The Color Anthropology Exhibition is on display March 21st - May 20th, 2017.
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Color: Salmon / #F26C4F
12" x 16"
About this piece:
The first recorded use of salmon as a color name in English was in 1776.
It's named after the flesh of the Salmon fish.
The light shades of Salmon are associated with finance since 1893 when "The Financial Times" adopted it for its pages in London.
In fashion it is a current trend, an interesting trend that talks about the current feelings of the female population: 'A cohort raised to distrust pink has turned contrarian and embraced a muddied, faded version of the color' 'We’re in a moment of ambivalent girliness — a moment in which we celebrate, say, Hillary cracking the glass ceiling but can’t quite get into the human embodiment of magenta, Katy Perry, stumping for her, themed nail art and all.'
About this artist:
Mirelle Ortega is a Mexican illustrator, storyteller and animation enthusiast. She loves books and films, bold colors and magic realism.
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