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Designers Put Italian Food In Pantone Color System

Published 3 years ago

Italian graphic designers Alessio Varvarà and Georgia Calderone are introducing a fresh new way to look at Sicilian cuisine. They’ve put Italian signature dishes in Pantone Color Matching System (PMS).

PMS was created by a U.S company Pantone Inc. to help identify and set universal color standards. Now it has become widely used in printing, paint manufacturing and chemistry.

With the photo series “Sicilian Food As Pantone” designers have decided to merge their passions of design and food to show how colorful and vibrant the Sicilian cuisine is. Take a look at these mouthwatering results below.

More info: behance (h/t: designtaxi)

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Alessio Varvarà, colorful food, food photography, Georgia Calderone, italian food, Pantone, Pantone matching system, PMS, sicilian food, Sicilian Food As Pantone
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