While many designers like to look at the big picture, one Texas-based designer finds inspiration in the tiniest of items.
Inka Mathew color codes the trinkets in her life according to her Pantone Matching System swatch book for a personal project she calls “Tiny PMS Match“.
For each post, Mathew choose an object tiny enough to fit on a small Pantone swatch and combs her swatch book in search of a perfect color match. The result is a simple, organized and ever-growing series of photos spanning the color spectrum.
“Since [starting the project], I’ve paid more attention to the little things in my life — literally,” she told Mashable. “From current little flowers in my yard, my son’s Lego mini figure’s head, my daughter’s strawberry gummy snack, dinosaur cake sprinkles in my pantry, to my husband’s blood pressure control pill … I want to visually record these tiny objects that are currently in my life.” Read more…