Neon colors ? often called fluorescent colors ? are, at their base, extremely bright lights. Neons, like all colors, are visual representations of light. Since neon colors are especially bright, they?re best described as extremely luminescent versions of primary and secondary colors. Neon colors can only be chemically created. As a result, they?re not included in the traditional color spectrum and were not discovered until the last century.
It is important to note that while artists have been utilizing neon paint and pigments since their creation, the large majority of documented?