Color Communication…

changing colorsColor communication is a powerful thing indeed! Just imagine the last time you blushed or blanched. Your feelings were pretty obvious to any one that was paying attention via colorful social signalling. 

 Recently there have been a lot of images of polymer clay hearts on the web = upcoming Valentine’s day. If those pieces were rendered in  blue or brown would they evoke the same emotional reactions and tribal connections?

New scientific research reveals that chameleons change colors, not as a reaction to camouflage themselves from predators, but as a way of social signalling to other chameleons. You may want to check out these fabulous polymer clay chameleons by Amy Zinman.

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