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August 9, 2018

The Color That Promotes Attraction

What is “The Red Effect”?
poppy-1128683_640There really is something to red being connected with love and intimacy. In fact, there is a phenomenon psychologists refer to as “the red effect.” The red effect happens when one wears the color red, whether in cosmetics or clothing, and is perceived as more attractive. www.segmation.com

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February 25, 2018

5 Things “The Kiss” by Klimt Tells Us About Romantic Love

“The Kiss” does much more than appeal to the eyes. It also reveals some characteristics of romantic love in a way that words can’t. Specifically, the painting tells us that romantic love is… www.segmation.com

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September 26, 2017

Fall in Love with Paint-by-Number All Over Again, or For the Very First Time

Are you one of those people who used to love to paint-by-numbers on a rainy day (or any day)? Do you remember when paint-by-number was all the rage? Are you currently obsessed with paint-by-number? Or, have you heard of paint-by-number but really aren’t sure what it is? If so, keep reading!

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February 13, 2017

3 Reasons Why Art Won’t Break Your Heart on Valentine’s Day

This year, if you have no one to love on Valentine’s Day, why not fall in love with art? After all, art will never break your heart! Read on to discover a few reasons why art is truly an ideal object of one’s affections.

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January 23, 2017

8 Artists Every Child Should Know About

In today’s world, most children are definitely not being exposed to a sufficient amount of art. Instead, they are staring mindlessly into an iPad screen and watching YouTube, or watching television for hours. What a tragedy. There is nothing inherently wrong with YouTube and television, but there is something very wrong with the absence of art in a child’s (or adult’s) life. These precious souls should be nourished with the rich fare of beautiful, soul-shaping works of art.

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October 12, 2016

Art Exhibition Celebrates Love Between Famous Artists

Everyone is vulnerable to being hurt by love…especially artists. Why? Because artists tend to feel emotions on a deeper level than the average Joe. However, these individuals are equally vulnerable to the joys of love.

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February 23, 2016

The Color Red: Symbolism and Folklore of the Amorous Hue

Would you agree that something can’t be truly known until its history is comprehended, at least basically? This is certainly true of people.

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February 14, 2016

Can You Feel the Love in These 3 Romantic Paintings?

Is it possible that The Kiss, painted between 1908 and 1909 by Austrian Symbolist painter Gustav Klimt, is one the most romantic paintings in history?

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February 8, 2016

3 Famous, Smitten Couples of the Past

There is no better way to celebrate love than to tell stories about true love. The celebration gets even sweeter when the stories center on individuals who are/were in the public eye and whom we feel we know. Isn’t it fun to learn about how they lived their lives and, more importantly, whom they loved? Read on to discover some real-life love stories that everyone should be privy to.

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April 1, 2015

Communicate Your Feelings Through Flowers

Discover what flowers may be most meaningful to your loved ones on a special occasion or just an ordinary day. The mere sight of flowers can soothe frazzled emotions, stoke the fires of new love, and rekindle feelings of hope. Before you choose a type of flower to give to your loved one, ask yourself what you’d like to communicate.

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February 12, 2014

St. Valentine and the History of Romance

There is, however, one fact which all sources agree on: Valentine’s Day has evolved over the course of nearly 2000 years. Like many holidays, it was inspired by a noble man who was named saint by the Catholic Church. To understand the fullness of this holiday, get to know the person and traditions that are celebrated each year on February 14.

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February 5, 2014

Roses May Smell the Same, but Colors Make a Difference

In the year 1600, William Shakespeare wrote, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” These were the words of...

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February 14, 2013

Colorful Roses on Valentine’s Day Communicate Love

What color of roses communicates romantic love? Red, just as you probably guessed. Traditionally, red roses have symbolized passion, energy, and deep love. Red roses are best reserved for communicating intimate, romantic love. Given to someone you see in a platonic light, red roses could send a message you don’t intend, so be careful who you gift this type of flower to!

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February 12, 2013

Communicate Love with Colorful Roses on Valentine’s Day

You can bring your loved ones much joy this Valentine’s Day by presenting them with roses in colors that communicate love and care.

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February 11, 2013

Be My Valentine

Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the world on February 14th. It’s a magical day where lovers express their love for one another in many traditional and untraditional ways. In today’s time, candy, chocolates, flowers, and heart filled cards are usually given as gifts in many cultures around the globe. Segmation’s SegPlay PC Valentine themed patterns includes many illustrated graphics of the holiday including roses, candy, cupids with arrows, dragons and puppies in love, and couples in love. Happy Valentine’s Day to all!

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