Colour Matching | 2017

2nd year at Design Academy Eindhoven
Food Non-food Department
Semester 1 (Sept 2017-Feb 2018)

Taking the slow process of matching colours seriously, its beautiful way to look deeper into the colours that are in the natural things around us. Once isolated I moved onto looking at shape forms as well. This process was about looking deeper into all aspects of shape and colour, stripping it back to the very essential parts and building up again the impression of an object, the object I chose to develop was a bulb of garlic.

colour matching nature

shape and texture | garlic