18-5725 TPXGalapagos Green
14-4102 TPXGlacier Gray
19-4027 TPXEstate Blue
19-5220 TPXBotanical Garden
Remote and untouched, the far corners of the planet can seem like an alternative universe. This palette verges on science fiction, but is grounded in a bizarre side of reality. The typical colors of animals, plant life and minerals astonish in abnormal mutations, crossbred pollinations, or are simply obscured by the weather conditions.
Intense midnight blues, full-bodied greens and rich royal purples are sprinkled with a snowfall of translucent icy blues and vaporous gray. Cool shiny enamel and glossy liquid-paint textures juxtapose with matte hues to create a multidimensional world within understated monotone spectrums. The ambiguous line between real and surreal makes for a refreshing update on the usual colors of winter dressing.
Left photography by Unofficial Squaw. Right photography by Tolka Rover.
Inspiration Page 1:
Clockwise from top left: Forest photography by Nietnagel. Photography ©
Isa Ora. Alligator photography by Carly Lesser and Art Drauglis.
Inspiration Page 2:
Clockwise from left: Skiing by photography © Aether. Photography source unknown. Art photography Alex Weinstein at Leslie Sacks Gallery. Jacket photography Carhartt.
Inspiration Page 3:
Clockwise from top left: Flower photography by Funny Face Jessica. Suit photography © Jade Howe. Geode photography by Micah Elizabeth Scot. Automobile photography by George Sander.
A vaporous mist of blazing yellow and parakeet green infuses the lively colors of the rainforest into dark corners. Play with the varying levels of purples and greens for a youthful energy, but don't peek too far out of the shadows to maintain complexity.
Photography by Moyan Brenn
In small doses, unusual berries and winter vegetable greens are a refined complement to a cinematic grayscale film palette.
Photography by Edible Office
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