Inspired by the mobile app Pantone Studio that can identify the colors of the color chart on any real-life object, an Instagrammer decided to place the Pantone references on her vacation spots. Based in San Francisco, Lucy Litman loves to contemplate the landscapes of her region and look for references of colors in the famous color chart that could blend in the decor.
From her native California to Denmark, via Sweden and the Californian deserts, the young woman places her Pantone cards on beautiful landscapes. Many of her shots are made in the United States but Lucy took advantage of her recent trip to Northern Europe to continue her series of overlay photographs. In Copenhagen, she spotted typical colorful facades, while in Stockholm, a rainbow metro station was also an opportunity to relaunch the color chart.
Combining colorful landscapes with Pantone colors looks like a concept that can be adapted forever.
It took 26 months, but I am finally starting to understand the Bay Area and feel so lucky to live here. Maybe it's the unusually warm weather this weekend, or the amazing day wandering around Oakland with friends, or the perfect avocado I just ate, or maybe all of my new crystals are giving me good juju and changing my perspective. Regardless – SF, I'm feeling you right now 🙏🏼 #pantoneontheroad