The thought process behind the name and color scheme surrounds the blue moon occurrence. The event is special, rare and is said to possess special powers that help us to purge the negative past and forge a positive reality through our intentions, thus, a natural time for release. The ritual of tea goes hand in hand with the process of renewal; it serves to calm, heal or invigorate our creative self.
The transparent typography conveys clarity and purification. The choice of the shiny tin container represents reflection. The three lines and circles represent the third dimension – we do things in threes so they will manifest in our physical realm. The number three’s roots stem from the meaning of multiplicity. Creative power; growth. Three is a moving forward of energy, overcoming duality, expression, manifestation and synthesis. Most often symbolized as a triangle, I felt a more subtle treatment of “three” was appropriate utilizing the lines and circles allowing the moon to take center stage.