Green is surely the most dominant color in nature. Fittingly associated with ﬂora, this is a soothing, refreshing and invigorating color. It is afﬁliated with growth, harmony, fertility and environment.
In Western culture, green is often associated with hope and luck. However, in Europe it has not always been the case. Before the 19th century, green had a negative connotation. It was the color of instability and madness; jesters wore green clothing and folklore monsters were embellished in green.
Nowadays, green has a very positive image, symbolizing ecology and environmental protection. It also associated with health, usually used to indicate safety in the packaging of drugs and medical products. Since it is directly related to nature and energy, it is commonly used to represent and promote ‘organic’ products.
Reﬁned, clean and contemporary, we present to you our Green Gallery: