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Periodic colour model
Vojko Pogačar, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: This article is based on the thesis that natural cycles have an ontological influence on our symbolic meaning system and classification of notions. Lately, these symbolic meanings have passed over to colour meanings along with the evolution of a visual system. Colours are one kind of human convention, used unconsciously in every day communication. At the macroscopic level, sunlight is the only source of light which defines those natural daily-and annual-cycles. These two cycle systems symbolically correspond with two basic geometric sequences of colour palettes, forming major- and minor-angled colour circle lines. Inserted into the Periodic Colour Model they explain the logic of dominant colours and the relationships among them at the specific cross-section of periods. In the Periodic Colour Model, all three dimensions of colour are summarised, including time in a common model which represents a complex analytical and prognostic tool based on symbolic values transmitted from natural cycles.
Keywords: colours, typology, Marco level, colour model
Published in DKUM: 10.07.2015; Views: 11861; Downloads: 36
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