All images by Angelica Dass (via humanæ)
Like Vigo, Dass is using the Pantone Matching System to make some striking connections; but instead of fictional characters, she’s working with real people. Dass aims “to record and catalog all possible human skin tones,” and she’s clearly on a roll, with 150 portraits and counting.
The Pantone Matching System comprises over 2,000 colors. Do you think they’ve managed to account for everyone worldwide?