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    environment more was needed than just disposal mechanisms. Since the 1950’s, American environmentalists introduced eco-friendly ideas; however, they came a long way in accepting green capitalism (eco-capitalism). Before environmentalists acknowledged the idea of green capitalism they experimented on some successful and non-successful methods. Some of which include legislative aid and advertisement. Throughout the…

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    Whether you want to admit it or not, at some point everyone will have to follow with the green movement. Despite the statistic to decide to build green--or sustainable--has voluminous benefits, there will be disadvantages that need to be considered. Concerns such as rate, capital, and measureable readiness and whereabouts constraints are taken into account when choosing to build green. What we need to realize is we have almost reached a point where we can no longer sustain ourselves as a…

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    The future is bright, healthy, and environmentally conscious. The way of life most are accustomed to is beginning to change. The millennials are leading the movement towards a no waste, healthy lifestyle, bettering the world for future generations. Going green is a concept that has been gaining popularity worldwide, especially among today 's youth. Not only is going green becoming more popular, it’s becoming a necessity. The environment has limited resources, and there are simple steps we can…

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    Green Guilt Asma Analysis

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    Sensitive America The Article, “Green Guilt” proposed that the guilt formerly derived from religious belief is being replaced by social movements such as environmentalism. The author, Steven Asma, relates the almost obsessive green habits to the high moral standards set by various religions, namely Christianity. He goes even further to proclaim that environmentalism is a substitute for religion. You can argue that there are some similarities between the two, but it is misleading to compare the…

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    The Green Bridge II The Green Bridge II, by Lyonel Feininger, in 1916. It is an asymmetrical abstract piece made from oil paint on a canvas. Within the painting, there are three-dimensional objects, which would appear to tell a story. What appears a very busy street loitered with many people, walking to or from somewhere. The appearance of the buildings, surroundings, and the people are not normal, they have a really blocky or distorted appearance. There are many lines and almost textures…

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    difficult color to use in business unless worn with lighter tones. Great care should always be taken wearing purple to house parties because the host may consider it an offensive color among the other guests. Red is a great attention getter. “When someone wears red they might feel the need to stand out and be seen or heard” (Mandell). The color red can be toned down by using coordinate colors like black, various grays, and white. Red can still be used for business or social events but…

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    Visual Elements Essay

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    If it wasn’t for color maybe most of us would not like art at all. The colors provided in any work of art are totally to the discretion of the one constructing it. In regards to such important element, the colors that always get my attention are: green, orange and purple. We all know that primary colors are: blue, red and green. I believe with much legality as blue as the sky, red is the color of blood and green the color of nature. From these many other secondary colors are formed that are…

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    How Businesses Use Colors

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    How Businesses use Color “Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions.” – Pablo Picasso. Color can affect the emotions and behaviors of people due to what people associate with a color. Because of this, businesses utilize color in order to create a certain image, catch people’s attention, and evoke specific emotions and behaviors. The colors that I focused on in my visual essay are blue, green, yellow, orange, and red. Blue is associated with responsibility, trust, and also…

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    Officer Green will represent the best friend of fifteen years to Officer Johnny. Officer Johnny will represent himself, the police officer who is working an unauthorized security job with a firm. Officer Green and Officer Johnny are both assigned to work patrol on the midnight shift and have been together through thick and thin over the last fifteen years. In the scenario provided Officer Johnny is described as being a great police officer, who gives back to the community regularly. Officer…

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    • In figure 1 the colors that are used are complementary colors. These colors are found opposite of each other on the color wheel, but when they are used together they complement each other. In the work you see the monochromatic color palette of blues and greens, then you look at the door and it is a reddish orange. The color of the door is complemented by the blue color palette and draws your eyes to the focus point of the work, which is the red door. • In figure 2 the shapes that are used…

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