This neon trio has been introduced as a set of new colors for 2019. "If we look to the ideas influencing culture today, technology stands at the forefront," writes Eleanor Innis at Shutterstock. She feels color is "a universal communicator, a dynamic force of the visual world that brings life and meaning to everything we see. There's an excited energy driving this movement, so it's no wonder that 2019's color trends pack a digital punch."
UFO Green can evoke lush countrysides with binary code, as we saw in the movie The Matrix.
Buzzing neon signs, humming devices and vibrating phones are reflected in Proton Purple.
A sizzling hue with lots of depth, Plastic Pink captures the electric glow of cities at night.
Planning a trip abroad? Popular colors vary in different countries, from lavender blush in Japan to plum in the U.K. Going to Canada or Mexico? Think blue. Staying in the U.S? Think green. We found it fascinating how color preferences vary around the world.
Eleanor Innis at Shutterstock also writes "the colors we love in any given season reflect more than trends in fashion, home decor, or design – they represent our cultural moment. Take the subdued, pastel shades of the '50s. Clean robin's egg blue or pale, pat-of-butter yellow gave people a sense of peace and safety after a tumultuous decade. The natural greens and browns of the '70s aligned with the growing conservationist movement, and the first Earth Day."