The universe is full of ranges of intense colours and striking forms of infinite planets and galaxies, that we can only admire for photographs or by a telescope in a scientific observatory. The colour is a sensation produced by light rays in the eyes which are interpreted by the brain. This is a physical-chemical phenomenon where each colour depends on the wavelength.
London is a magical city and for me, it has great artistic significance, in addition to being an inspiration to create art, because it is a city with a historical context of hundreds of years.
Programming what we dream and manipulating it, is a practice called “lucid dream” and is characterized by the fact that the person is conscious of being dreaming. When “lucid dreaming” a person is able to alter the logic of the dream.
When dreaming we are able to see colors, highlights, people and even animals that do not exist in real life, this is the product of an intense brain activity where the abstract consciousness manipulates our emotions and memories, making us experience a series of unrealistic situations and even improbable scenes of a high creative level that we could use as a source of inspiration to express them as ideas in a design, drawing or painting.
Dreams are the product of mental activity while we rest and is characterized by a vivid sensorimotor imagination, which is often experienced as if it were reality.