Food and art are a perfect match that we encounter way more often now than in the past. Food is also inspiring many people in creating great art and no matter how common it is or looks, it can be look very high-leveled when presented as something artful. This is exactly the case with Lucia Litman and her pantone swatch project. She may not be the first to match edible foods with pantone swatches, but her work is surely one of the best if not the best on the subject.
Lucia is a digital marketer and occasional photographer and food stylist.
Her work is definitely worth checking out.
Like many people on Instagram, Lucia started her #pantoneposts as a way to show her love of food and artistic vision.
Because, you can’t trust anyone who doesn’t love food anyway.
She first started with her Fruit Loops cereal as a way to fight her boredom during the most hectic days at work.
That’s a whole new level of “boredom meets creativity”.
This hobby became very fast a way of expressing herself and celebrating the foods our nature gifts us with.
If that’s not creative, then I don’t know what is.
Even the most difficult color can be found in nature and Lucia proves that with a little effort you can find pretty much everything.
Art copies nature, I think we’ve said that before!
Lucia’s relationship with food is very deep and goes back to when she was a child.
What do we mean by that?
She can remember harvesting plants and vegetables with her grandparents in their backyard.
She was always amazed by the idea that one small seed can grow so much and produce amazing plants and vegetable.
Food is not here for us just to consume. It is a huge inspiration mainly because it derives from nature and nature itself is probably the biggest inspiration in all arts.