Entries in pantone (14)
Tasty! Two of our favorite things have come together, chocolate and Pantone. By the way, C is for chocolate, N for nuts, H for Honey, and G for Grape.
Unfortunately, this was just a photo project from Cazapix. But if it were real, I'd indulge in every tone!
Yes, you can finally Pantone coordinate your bed and bathroom! And you can only get it at JCP.
Prices on sale range from $7 - $130. That's affordable color coordination!
Pantone Food Pairings is from David Schwen, a creative based in Minneapolis, with a focus on Illustration, Design and Art Direction. This is an interesting project he recently posted on his Tumblr. It's a clever play on food, color and Pantone color coding. I particularly like eggs and bacon and milk and cookies.
To see the entire project, visit David Schwen.
New York Fashion Week has come and gone and here are the results according to Pantone.
"With the changing season, the greens from spring evolve and develop. Multifaceted Emerald continues to sparkle and fascinate, bringing luxury and elegance to the palette, while yellow-toned Linden Green brings a lightness and brightness to the deeper shades of fall. Try pairing both with Mykonos Blue, a bold, meditative blue, for a classic and relaxed fall look.
Exotic Acai adds mystery and richness to the palette, and can be incorporated with the other colors to create a number of powerful fall combinations. Pair the elegant shade of purple with Emerald for a regal disposition, or spirited Samba red for an expressive and dramatic look. Koi, a decorative orange with dazzling and shimmering qualities, is a statement color that serves as a pick-me-up for your wardrobe.Vivacious, an unruly and wildly deep fuchsia, adds an ebullient sensuality to the palette.
Pair Vivacious with anchoring Deep Lichen Green, a naturally lush shade of green, for a dynamic juxtaposition that captures both ends of the seasonal spectrum. Rounding out this season's cornerstone colors, Turbulence, a dark mercurial gray, and Carafe, a rich, glamorous brown, provide more interesting and sophisticated alternatives to the black basics usually worn in colder months. Both staple neutrals pair gracefully with more expressive colors within the palette, such as Samba, Koi and Vivacious."
With names like Poppy Red, Lemon Zest. African Violet, Monaco Blue and Tender Shoots, we beleive spring is bound to be colorful and fashionably optimistic with colors representative of our chakras. There's is a color and hue for every style and age group that will bring out a well-balanced mix of fun, play and sophistication.
For the full report, check out Pantone.
Sephora + Pantone Color ID is coming to a Sephora near you to give you your actual Pantone Skintone Number. This number ensures you get the best matching foundation for your skin hue. Oh, did I mention that this works for any brand of foundation carried at Sephora? This is not a self branded marketing gimmick. This is taking technology and customer service to the next level with the help of Pantone, the global color authority.
"Sephora + Pantone Universe Color IQ device uses powerful tri-directional image technology that enables it to record 27 color-accurate images in 1.8 seconds using eight different visible illuminations and one ultraviolet illumination for unsurpassed accurate skin readings. By utilizing such powerful technology, this device eliminates many of the variables that can affect shade."
For more info, check out Sephora Beauty Talk.
Humanae is a project by Brazilian artist and photographer Angelica Dass. She matches each portrait to a flesh tone from the Pantone Matching System.
This is a self portrait of Angelica.
Now, I'm curious to see what Pantone I am...hmmm, maybe I'll hit up a paint store to see if they have a color match system. I think I'm close to a 7515 C. What's your Pantone?
(via If It's Hip, It's Here)