We have featured the work of Alice Wang before and the recent RCA graduate has just updated with some new work including ‘Parktone’.
The Grass Scanner is a device designed to measure how green the grass is. It takes reading from 3 random patches of the grass and outputs a Pantone colour code for one to reference and compare. With the codes, one can then refer to the ‘Parktone’ cards which contains true grass colours of Royal Parks and other green areas in the UK for people to match up with their own garden.
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