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Transcript of RED
different red pigments
that we use by: Marta Brulinski &
Angelica McKenzie All the different results for red in pantone Abbott, Arthur G. The Color of Life. New York: McGraw-Hill Book, 1947. Print.
Finlay, Victoria. "Red." Color: A Natural History of the Palette. New York: Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2002. 134-68. Print.
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"30 Inspiring Vintage Advertisements and Creative Directions." Design Tutorials Vector Packs and Photography Ideas Graphic Mania. Web. 9 Dec. 2012. Red in Plants Red Plants: Bottle brush; Calliopsis; Camellia, Canna, Carnation, Cornflower, Chrysanthemum, Dablia, Fuchsia, Gladiolus, Hibiscus, Holly (berries), Mallow, Nasturtium, Oleander, Peony, Phlox, Physalis, Pointsettia, Poppy, Rhododendron, Rose, Strawflower, Sweet peas, Tulip, Water lily, Zinnia
Red Fruit/Vegables: Beets, Blood oranges, Cherries, Cranberries, Guava, Papaya, Pink grapefruit, Pink/Red grapefruit, Pomegranates, Radicchio, Radishes, Raspberries, Red apples, Red bell peppers, Red chili peppers, Red grapes, Red onions, Red pears, Red peppers, Red potatoes, Rhubarb, Strawberries, Tomatoes, and Watermelon Red in the Earth Red in the earth is caused by the presence of iron oxide (hermatite), chromium, lithium, manganese, or laterite.
Stones that are/can be red: Garnet; Ruby; Spinel; Tourmaline; and Zircon Red in Animals Red is actually very common in all forms of animal life. It can be found in animals because:
Lipochromes- which are present in animals like lobsters
Haemoglobin - it contributes to the color of human skin
Uric-acidprigments- which are found in animals like the cochineal bug.
Red Reptiles: Land newet, Coral snake, Copperhead, Scarlet king snake, etc.
Red Birds: Razor-bliied auk, Bobwhite,Screech Owl, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Redheaded Woodpecker, Red-winged Blackbird, Cardinal, Scarlet Tanager, etc.
Red Fish: Canadian red trout, Rainbow trout, Californa redfish, etc.
Red Insects: Beetles, Red admiral butterfly, etc. Red in Nature Hermatite (ironstone, an iron ore), red ocher (an earthy iron ore), red bole (a crumly clay), etc. Indian Red From iron oxides. Used by ancients. Has a purplish appearence, especially when mixed with white. Carmine Red Also called cochineal or crimson red. It comes from the blood of a cochineal.
It can also come from the kermes insect, the indo-eourpoean cousin of the cochineal bug.
From its Sanskrit name kim-dja, came the words carmine and crimson. Red Lead (oxide) Produced by heating litharge in air. A binder such as linseed oil, is added to the dry power to make paint. Venetian Red and Light Red From iron oxides (earth colors). Frequently produced by roasting yellow ocher Chrome Red Lead chromate. Used as a base for various organic lake pigments Vermilions Red sulphide mixed with mercury. Used by Romans in its natural state. Produced artificially since the twelfth century. Iron Oxides Alizarins Similar to madders, also come from roots of the madder plant, but have raw earts and lead colors added. Madders Originally from the dye purpurin, obtained from the root of the madder plant. Now it is almost entirely produced from anthrance (a coaltar product). Positive Keywords Negative Keywords Action
Brutal Red in interior design and architecture: Red-Light District The most famous one resides in Amsterdam.
Lust, sex, alcohol, allure, night
red lights that hang outside the buildings of the prostitutes. José Javier Gallardo, from ///g.bang/// Red Walls Red Interior Highlights: The 1960s were known for their red accents through industrial design.
Chairs, tables, or light stands bring attention to visitors. all red walls and floor: very intimate but small space
few/one red wall (dilluted): classic, dynamic accent Red in Advertisement: Red in Digital Media: Apple - 1984 1930s: 1940s: 1950s: 1960s: 1970s: 1980s: 1990s: 2000s: 2010s: Red In Other Cultures: India: China: Coca-Cola: Red represents the endless
pulse of a nation; the blaze of
passion, glory and hope.