The project explores the relationship between color and depth in images. Saturation of color is used to create depth, and objects placed at an angle contribute to the effect. As saturation increases, the inner square moves away. Colors surrounded by less saturated colors appear to be in the background. The two images show how switching between red and saturated red changes the perception of depth. When red is used, the stripe in the middle dominates the image and comes forward, while with saturated red, the stripe appears to be further away, and the red corners come forward.