The Psychology of Colour in Marketing and Branding
Man at the dawn of civilization recognized that sunlight was essential to life. Color, being a manifestation of light, held divine meaning. Historical records of color show little interest in the physical nature of color, nor yet in its abstract beauty, but in symbolism that attempted to resolve the strange workings of creation and give it personal and human meaning. —Faber Birren
Tealicious merchandise and take-out supplies are framed around a luscious botanical garden.