Color inspiration: re-imagined nature
We are always inspired and intrigued by nature but recently, we have been looking at nature from a different angle – we have been re-imaging nature to fit our ever-evolving sensory expectations and approach. The result is a playful and fluid take on nature.
COLOR INSPIRATION: everyday brights
Everyday brights fade in the light, leaving soft, natural shades co-exist under the sun. The organic shapes as seen in nature and the sharp, geometric lines, as seen in the man-made offer an array of different application ideas.
COLOR INSPIRATION: everyday darks
The everyday contnnues to inspire us – the accidentally created color palettes as seen in cityscapes and our surroundings. Deep shades of blue, navy and red are balanced by undentifyable teal-like colors and soft, skin tones.
COLOR INSPIRATION: fleeting pales
We are intrigued by the relationship of the fleeting image – a visual your mind captures in a moment, and the images and textures that reside in our imaginations and realities for much longer. The palette emerging is a combination of soft, fleeting pales and concrete brights with lots of presence.
COLOR INSPIRATION: texture and color
COLOR INSPIRATION: Winter story
As winter is just around the corner, we are inspired by the sober, muted shades that vintage photography and food images offer. Deep shades of burgundy, ochre and surplus green are re-imagined through the lens of cozy and inviting palettes.
COLOR INSPIRATION: Playing with visuals
On a recent trip to the SouthWest part of the US we were really inspired by the abundance of natural inspiration. When we ran this inspiration through our modern lens of high colors and supernatural visuals, we played with visuals to achieve a new kind of nature. Look out for an upcoming report that reflects our idealized vision of nature.