Most foods are distinguishable by their organic colors and tones. But what if those naturally occurring colors were industrialized with the use of a digital color matching system? Artist Alison Anselot created Pantone Food — a photography series that matches the color of foods to its corresponding Pantone swatch.
Whether it’s a bowl of sliced strawberries, brownies, flan, or a plate of PMS 877 — Anselot not only finds the perfect color match for these monochromatic foods, but in the process creates beautifully-styled and hunger-inducing images.
[link, via My Modern Met]
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