Category Archives: Semiotics

Colour Coding Christmas

An article and video clip about how red, green and white became the colours we traditionally associate with Christmas. Although the origins of this colour palette are thought to pre-date the Victorian era, going back to Medieval times, that Father

Colour Coding Christmas

An article and video clip about how red, green and white became the colours we traditionally associate with Christmas. Although the origins of this colour palette are thought to pre-date the Victorian era, going back to Medieval times, that Father

Stolen White Goods

Last autumn at the London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery I bought a small artist’s book called Stolen White Goods. The publication is anonymous but it was published by the IKON Gallery in Birmingham in 2005 in an

Stolen White Goods

Last autumn at the London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery I bought a small artist’s book called Stolen White Goods. The publication is anonymous but it was published by the IKON Gallery in Birmingham in 2005 in an

Colour My Words

As part of my research into colour and language I have been looking at the way colours are often evoked in speech and writing to add more depth and meaning to our words. This is particularly prevalent among English Idioms,

Colour My Words

As part of my research into colour and language I have been looking at the way colours are often evoked in speech and writing to add more depth and meaning to our words. This is particularly prevalent among English Idioms,