Live in high frequency

We have grown accustomed to seeing a lot of red hearts everywhere, this time of the year. But at COMO, we think differently, and we want to share with you how we represent love.
We truly believe we’re all connected, meaning we can give and receive at the same time, like a cyclic movement. Whatever you give, you will receive back multiplied ten times.
This belief motivates us to give our best and keep improving. Never the less, the most important thing we can give to our clients, friends, allies and all the people around us is: LOVE.

But how could we represent this belief? Well, the answer was very simple: the circle. Surely you have already noticed that in our branding and social media posts, we always use circles; for us, this is more than a graphics resource, it really symbolizes our belief that we’re all connected and aligned with love.

A circle is a universal symbol of unity (connection), wholeness and infinity. It represents the notion of totality. We see ourselves connected with everyone, this vision makes us passionate about our work and creating spaces with a soul, for people who want to be happier and look for experiences like inner peace and the warmness of love.

As you can see, the circle means so much more than a shape, but what about the color red? Well, we’re all fascinated with colors and their ability to convey deep messages and meanings, but there is a color that represents love better than red: ultraviolet.
The human body has energy centers that regulate our physical and emotional health; all these centers vibrate on their own specific frequency and resonate with the different colors of light. The vibration of love is the highest frequency of energy, and the color that corresponds to the frequency of love is ultraviolet, it has the highest frequency (or vibration) in the visible spectrum.


Isn’t it amazing how a color can actually represent an emotion so beautiful like love! No wonder ultraviolet was selected as the official 2018 Color of the Year by Pantone Color Institute.

Laurie Pressman, Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute, shares, “The Pantone Color of the Year has come to mean so much more than ‘what’s trending’ in the world of design; it’s truly a reflection of what’s needed in our world today”.

 

So, the next time you want to make a kind gesture to someone you love, you’d better do it with a circle, and it better be ultraviolet!… If you want to get some love vibrations with ultraviolet details for your house, office or any other space, remember you can contact us for interior design guidance and custom-made textile products.

 

 

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