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Certain images instantly conjure up this bold color: fire engines, flames, roses, rouges, rubies, rust, tomatoes, blood and valentines. Red pens have traditionally been used by teachers when grading papers – ostensibly to make their comments and markings stand out from the original work.
Red is hot. It's a strong color that conjures up a range of seemingly conflicting emotions from passionate love to violence and warfare. Red is Cupid and the Devil.
Red ink was used extensively in medieval manuscripts. It was the color of headings, titles and initials. It was also used for important days in the calendar. In the medieval Books of Hours, the days of the month written in red denoted Saints' Days - hence our saying 'red letter day.'
Put some red in your life when you want to show:
· increased enthusiasm and interest
· action and confidence to go after your dreams
There is no bolder color than red and Pen Boutique has the many hot shades your pen desires. Check out some of our scarlet wonders:
http://www.penboutique.com/noodler-s-ink-firefly-bottled-ink.htmlhttp://www.penboutique.com/montblanc-mystery-black-60-ml-ink-bottle-refill.htmlhttp://www.penboutique.com/diamine-150th-anniversary-40ml-carnival-red.htmlWhat is the complementary color of red on the color wheel?
Answer: Red’s direct opposite is green.
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