Daily color palette: digitally graphed

My daily color palette is a project/blog by Jacobo Zanella where he observes his clothed appearance for the day and recreates it on a digital grid. The color palettes are made visually without any programming or technical measurements, accounting even for how much skin is visible. It’s an interesting twist on the make new something everyday or photograph yourself everyday concept. Such a simple idea but executed this religiously has created quite a collection of abstract art pieces in the process. They remind me a lot of Maria Zaikina’s landscapes. I like that these when seen in sequence really give you a picture of what he looks like, black hair, white, with a lot of shoes. I can’t help but keep picturing him as an 8-bit character though. Which could be an interesting spin off of this… making an 8-bit version of yourself everyday.


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