Thursday, November 8, 2018

Pink: The History of Punk, Pretty, and Powerful Color


Color is a big part of our work at Stylecouncil, so this week we thought we’d visit FIT’s latest exhibition. The show is called Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, and Powerful Color. The show is located in their Special Exhibitions Gallery.
We love how they’ve created an entire exhibition solely on a single color. Pink plays a major role in different cultures, gender and history. Its difficult to understand how powerful the color pink is until you're standing in space filled with it.


The theme “pink is power” is an excellent example on how designers contribute to the world. We usually associate pink with being delicate, quiet, and feminine, but this exhibit showed how designers have changed this idea of pink. Instead making the color feel strong, loud, and androgynous.


If you haven’t already, go check it out! The exhibition is up until January 5th, so there’s still time! #HistoryofPink


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