A digital file manipulation tool that allows a user to randomize the colors of any image. Originally conceived in response to my chronic frustration of printed materials being significantly different in color than their digital counterparts.

Collaborated with:

Ross DiCaprio

I commisioned a software developer friend to create a program that randomizes the colors of any image.
After the program was created I designed a meta infographic that explains the process of using the program by using the design itself as an example by running it through the program multiple times. 

A user has two choices when they want to randomize an image: Single Color and Many Colors. Single works well for complex images while multiple is better from images with a few flat colors.

I created a final poster by generating 24 images of each process plus the original infographic to make a massive 7x7 block poster.