Adding a splash of color to the iconic Statue of Liberty, artist Christopher Husary created a color-splattered remake of the statue.
The Statue of Liberty design by Christopher Husary is a bright orange, yellow, green, and blue-splattered statue, which may be a bit too much for the real statue. Either way, it's a fun dedication to one of the most well-known statues and a way to add color to an otherwise standard colored design.
Implications - Adding color to a mundane product or service has become a very acceptable way of creating alluring, eye-catching displays. Companies who once feared the infusion of bold, saturated colors should now embrace their use.
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Christopher Husary Brings Color to the Statue of Liberty
- By: Rachel BowmanAug 24, 2009 Updated: Aug 16 2011