To create the portraits that make up her project, called Humanae, Angelica zeroes in on an 11x11 pixel area of each subject's face and determines which Pantone color it corresponds to. She then places the subject against a background of that color. On its own, each portrait is intriguing, but viewed together, they are even more fascinating, forming a sort of rainbow of humanity. It's a poignant reminder of the incredible beauty and variety of our species.
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(Images: Angelica Dass)