Research in the field of psychology has illuminated the diverse meanings concealed within colours, unveiling the distinct ways cultures perceive them. In my publication, I delve into the complexity of the colour black, exploring its multifaceted nature throughout history and various cultures.
In ancient times, black bore dual identities, known by two names: Ater and Niger. One bestowed a positive connotation upon black, while the other cast it in a negative light. Inspired by this duality, I infused my book with a similar sense of contrast.
As readers progress through the pages, they encounter a unique feature. Upon reaching the middle of the book, users can effortlessly flip it on its back cover, immersing themselves in an alternative perspective and narrative.
Category Publication
Client Final ISTD
Date 2022

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