Graphic Designer Andrea Antoni Finds Pantone Colors In The Natural Landscapes – Design You Trust

Graphic Designer Andrea Antoni Finds Pantone Colors In The Natural Landscapes

Pantone swatches become more than (arguably) the world’s best color-matching system in the surreal photos of Italian artist and graphic designer Andrea Antoni. On his Instagram, Antoni shares images of breathtaking Italian vistas, serendipitously matched to a curated selection of Pantone swatches inserted into the frame.

Although his swatch selections always represent colors present in the original photo, the artist deliberately chooses and omits certain color swatches, an act that adds a certain degree of contrast and emphasis to each composition, like a guiding hand to focus the viewer’s gaze.

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