Pantone Street Art Showcases Real-World Colour Inspiration [Pics]
Artist Michael Ifland creates a branded catalog of colors and textures that appear in natural and urban landscapes.
California-based artist Michael Ifland used digital photography for the Pantone Street Project, a simple but clever catalog of colors and textures found in various locations around town that inspire painting ideas. Placing branded frames on brick walls, forest floors, road markings, tiles, graffiti and more, he showcased potential painting projects and highlighted interesting urban environments. Click through to see Ifland’s photos:
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