Aesthetic Rainbow Stickers - Color Your Life With Rainbow Stickers
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet - the colors of the rainbow, the magnificent arc of light refractions entering a droplet of water.
As a kid, who wasn’t amazed by the breathtaking display of natural elegance and beauty when, after a healthy downpour, there emerged a slender rainbow crossing the sky?
Taught in songs and physics lessons alike, the phenomenon of rainbows has sparked poems, songs, paintings, scientific researches and movements, fueling people’s imagination since time immemorial.
Well, guess what! Now you can capture a glimpse of their majestic grandeur with rainbow stickers, which you will be able to apply on your laptop, your phone, your walls - anywhere, really - and add some color to your life.
Rainbow Stickers Complement Everything
Rainbow stickers are widely used by the lgbtq movement and community as well, symbolizing the gay pride flag WHILE adding style and class to clothes, devices and vehicles!
They can be reflective and glossy, they can feature a cartoon aesthetic or be more realistic, they can be pretty much as awe inspiring as the real thing.
Do you perhaps fancy a leprechaun sitting on his pot of gold at the end of a rainbow displayed on your water bottle? Or maybe a smiling happy cloud, emitting its beautiful insides “riding” behind your car’s bumper?
Nothing is out of reach with rainbow stickers, and that is their unique quality: they can enhance and improve anything they come into contact with.
What Makes A Rainbow Form
Rainbows are formed by refraction, reflection and dispersion of light in water droplets. They are considered a natural, meteorological phenomenon and are manifested as spectrums of light crossing the sky, oftentimes taking the form of circular arcs consisting of the colors red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet. Even though rainbows are full circles in reality, people can normally perceive only an arc.
What Do Rainbows Symbolize In History and Myths?
Culturally, mythologically and historically, rainbows symbolize a great many things - they are the secret stash point of pots of gold, used by the Irish leprechaun, those little elf like goblins that giggle and laugh away at people’s miseries.
The Norse saw it as Bifrost, the bridge that unites the immortal realm of Asgard with the human world of Midgard. Christian traditions have painted the rainbow as a covenant with God, while in Hindu mythology, Indra, the god of thunder and war, uses the rainbow to shoot arrows of lightning.
For Buddhists the rainbow is "the highest state achievable before attaining Nirvana”. Either as a messenger or bridge, many times as a mystical portent, a mystified portal or a prophetic sign, rainbows have existed in human mythology since human imagination, making rainbow stickers all the more impressive!
Where Can You Find Inspiration For The Rainbow Aesthetic?
Inspiration can strike anytime and anywhere, like a thunder in a cloudless night. However,
some concepts are practically begging to be used as fuel for inspiration - one such “spring of
ideas unbound” are rainbows, and their small “adhesive prisons”, rainbow stickers!
For how cannot an arc made out of colorful light not spark inspiration in its wonderful aesthetic? Apart from the lgbtq movement that uses the rainbow aesthetic (and hence the stickers) to their fullest potential, as symbols of diversity and acceptance, they can also be used as concepts of peace and serenity. Imagine how unique will your laptop look with a handful of rainbow stickers applied on its back, or how colorfully bright will your phone case shine when “dressed” with rainbow stickers from top to bottom!
Picture your favorite cap “spiced up” with a kaleidoscopic rainbow sticker, all swag and style! Vibrant, prismatic, psychedelic stickers - there is little that they cannot improve.
What Is A Rainbow A Symbol Of?
The rainbow is a symbol of the lgbtq community, as exhibited in the community’s gay pride flag or pride flag. It is a beacon of gay, lesbian, bisexual and queer social movements, and symbolizes inclusivity, peace, freedom, tolerance, open mindedness, individuality, equality and identity. While originally devised in 1978 by artist Gilbert Baker, it has since evolved and used as a symbol of the pride in many marches and events worldwide.