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My Daily Color Palette [zago2010rgb.wordpress.com] depicts the colors Jacobo Zanella wears about everyday. Between two and four minutes each single day, he observes the colors of the shoes and clothes he wears and how much skin is exposed, to reproduce a digital translation of this information as a simple pixel graph.

See also Micro Fashion Network, News Knitter Garments and Wearable Secret Thoughts.

More detailed views at Flickr.


I'm intrigued...what's the pixel row vs column equal? What's each panel?

Sun 04 Apr 2010 at 4:52 PM

I'm divided into 100 parts (100 little squares), each representing a color I'm wearing (skin included). So it goes from bottom to top (bottom being shoes and top being hair, hat, etc). If you see a large block of one color (which is common because my clothes are mainly one color only) it means I was wearing a solid-color sweter or a solid-color jacket, for instance.

Mon 05 Apr 2010 at 10:51 AM
Jacobo Zanella
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