by Yaritsa Arenas | Moods & Colors
Often blues are associated with men and masculine elements. But there are still ways to use blue and have a distinctly feminine look. Incorporating more organic and even illustrative visuals and brighter, more traditionally feminine colors as accents will definitely soften the masculine perception of blue. Even if blue is the primary color, the way you use it can shift how it’s perceived.
This mood board was inspired by the top left image “I would like to paint the way a bird sings”, which I found while browsing Pinterest.
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