Not only knolling is some kind of special or uncommon visualization of food, there are also other forms such as pantone food and pantone smoothies. So the food or drink is no longer categorized by cakes, main dishes, etc. but by colors.

 

 

PANTONE FOOD

Artist Alison Anselot photographed food that is matching with a certain pantone color:

Fig. 1

 

 

PANTONE PAIRINGS

Designer and Illustrator David Schwen had a similar idea and arranged food sections or extracts pairwise. He states that he became excited about this idea and found about 30 pairs without really thinking about them (David Airey, 2016).

Fig. 2

 

PANTONE SMOOTHIES

Hedvig a Kushner recognized when preparing her beloved smoothies that adding particular fruits influence the color – just like mixing paint. This is the idea that the project is based on.

Fig. 3

 

 

References:

UFunk (2014) Pantone Food – Matching food with their Pantone Color. Available at: http://www.ufunk.net/en/food/pantone-food/ (Accessed: 27 April 2016)

David Airey (n.a) Food Art Pairings. Available at: http://www.davidairey.com/pantone-pairings/ (Accessed: 27 April 2016)

Pantone Smoothies (n.a.) Home. Available at: http://pantonesmoothies.com (Accessed: 27 April 2016)

 

Visual References:

Fig. 1: UFunk (2014) Pantone Food – Matching food with their Pantone Color. Available at: http://www.ufunk.net/en/food/pantone-food/ (Accessed: 27 April 2016)

Fig. 2: David Airey (n.a.) Food Art Pairings. Available at: http://www.davidairey.com/pantone-pairings/ (Accessed: 27 April 2016)

Fig. 3: Pantone Smoothies (n.a.) Home. Available at: http://pantonesmoothies.com (Accessed: 27 April 2016)

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