BruceBlaus, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Didactic presentation of synapse drug tolerance.
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Mary Harrsch, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Grave Goods of a 9th century BCE aristocratic woman buried near the royal tombs in the necropolis of Aigai 02. Date 9th century BCE.
The spiral is a very old and widespread graphic symbol. It forms a dynamic system, which either contract or expand, the motion being either centripetal or centrifugal. Because of its similar shape to turbulences and whirlpools in liquids flowing downwards through an opening, such a symbol may indicate sinking into the 'waters of death'. This … Continue reading The spiral
An oblique line indicates an unstable situation, which causes unrest. Objects are found calmer, stronger and more controlled with more balance in the image and more restless, unstable and uncontrolled with an increasing degree of imbalance in the image (Van Rompay et al., 2005).
The artificial, the stylized is purple. Purple became the favorite colour of the Jugendstil. This movement in art rejected everything natural as artless. In the typical flower and plant ornaments of the Jugendstil, nature was styled decoratively to meet the demands of the then aesthetic. The Jugendstil is the only movement in art that appreciated … Continue reading Purple and the artificial