"Humanæ" is a “work in progress” by Brazilian photographer Angélica Dass, who intends to deploy a chromatic range of the different human skin colors. Those who pose to be photographed are volunteers who learn of the project and actively choose to participate. Their skin tones in the portraits are then matched with a corresponding background and Pantone number. There is no previous selection of participants, and there are no classifications based on nationality, gender, age, race, social class, or religion. There is no explicit intention to finish the project on a specific date. "Humanæ" is open in all senses, and it will include anyone who wants to be part of this ever-expanding global mosaic. The full scope of the project can only be reached by photographing all members of the world's population. Images by Angélica Dass, from "Humanæ".