On June 6th, Puffin released a redesign of six classic novels with covers that take on the design of Pantone color cards.
This post examines Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery, as design prompt, as emergent color trend, and symbolic of our collective mood right now.
Nancy Sharon Collins discusses the history of color matching systems, including the development of universal color matching languages.
Some colors yield their symbolism origins easily. Others, like burgundy, do not.
Revealing—and analyzing—Pantone's 2016 Color of the Year selection.
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Before Pantone became synonymous with ink, printing was the game. Steven Heller takes a look back at the company's past.
Drumroll, please: Pantone 2015 Color of the Year has been announced! Read what Leatrice Eiseman and Jude Stewart have to say about Marsala and the thinking behind the choice.
Are you passionate about purple? Do you burn with the romantic radiance of rich reds? Do cheerful, energetic yellows brighten up your day? If so, you’re likely one of the color lovers that are so prevalent in the design world. Color is what you make it: sensitive, explosive, dreamlike, atmospheric, somber, cheerful… the sky...
Clever idea for an Instagram account by Inka Mathew of Green Ink Studio. She takes everyday, small items and and places them over their predominant PMS chip match. For example, behold the Pantone number of the blue Fruit Loop below (a perfect match at 630 C). The result is often surprisingly striking, bringing out...