You can travel the world and understand the link between Christianity and Korean Pop Music “Bubble Pop” or go to England to find the correlation between an ink and its contribution to humanity’s love for love, but you cannot understand any of those if you have no faintest idea of what color’s power is to making your life a bright, more livable existence. This is why you have so many ideas with you that do not converge into a common thought: you don’t get color and travel that much.
Travelling to England without color is like traversing a terrain of deserts, blind and waterless. You can be anywhere in the world and still feel incomplete if you can’t harness the simple joy that color brings. Color is everything, that’s the point here. You can even just stay in one station, read a book by Georges Simenon and understand life’s fresh real brutally good meaning just by staring at the glare full drown of the color blue from a corduroy pants’ one few quarks short of a gossamer. India has the rich use of orange; Hyam’s Beach in Australia begins its lure from its rich clean blue stretch through oceans. No wonder it is the whitest beach there is, as Guinness would have it.
Travel is the establishment, celebration and assertment of color and this infographic highlights just that.