Theory of Abstraction

An abstraction based on synesthesia of drinking a chilled hazelnut ice coffee on a hot summer day. The initial taste of it would have to be sudden and smooth with the contrast of the flavor blending with the ice until it was gone. In order to realize this experience in visual form I will have to use some variety in color. Starting with the background; a light orange paper representing the warmer temperature, the initial taste of cold coffee will be represented by a high contrast color. Pink scraps of paper outlined in blue would come into frame over the orange background. Then the scraps of paper would spread out and new colors would be added. Pieces of teal then green each layer overlapping the base and covering the color until getting to yellow being the final color to fill the page to the boarders.

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