The Psychology of Color Pencil Set Uses Psychological Descriptions

By: Alyson Wyers - Oct 28, 2014
References: theschooloflife & psfk
This pencil set is named according to the psychology of color. From The School of Life, the set of 12 colored pencils have descriptive definitions instead of color names printed on the side. Intended for adults, each pencil in the Psychology of Color set has one word associated with it based on what emotion corresponds to that hue.

For example, yellow represents hope while dark red signifies power and black means authority. Other concepts include vitality, sanity, realism, mellowness, discipline, dignity, clarity, ambiguity and adventure.

A booklet of definitions comes with the box of colored pencils explaining the relationship between every color in the high quality buckram-finish box and the psychological state it correlates to. This includes a paragraph sure to get creative types thinking about their color choice.