Pantone Announces the 2014 Color of the Year: Radiant Orchid

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2013, of course, was the year of Emerald, and it's just been glorious, hasn't it? Who doesn't look good in emerald? I have a little emerald tux that I wore and wore and wore and OH! how happy I was for a time. This year, however, the PTB at Pantone have named Radiant Orchid ("an enchanting harmony of fuchsia purple and pink undertones") as THE ... See the Rest

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Your Pantone Breakfast

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Pantone bacon 'n' eggs are always eggsactly the right color. ... See the Rest

Swatch What You Eat

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How cool is this? Albert Crudo writes: "PantonePairings is an InstaGram-based art project that presents popular food combinations in the form of Pantone-style color swatches. Launched by Minneapolis-based illustrator and designer David Schwen, the color swatch project was apparently a happy accident that came out of an attempt to remix common ... See the Rest

What’s Your Color Forecast?

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Pantone’s Top Colors for Fall

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Of course we all know that emerald is THE color of fall, but now Pantone has announced that lichen is going to be HUUUUUUUUGE as well. Not sure how I feel about that. I had a lot moss-colored suits back in the monochromatic madness of the '90s, when we were all trying to look like Regis Philbin on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Remember that? ... See the Rest

Pantone Announces the 2013 Color of the Year

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Ah, 17-5641, a fabulous choice! Emerald! "Lively. Radiant. Lush," says their their press release. "A color of elegance and beauty that enhances our sense of well being, balance, and harmony." Yes, yes. Indeed. And lucky, too! I just bought an emerald tuxedo from the design collective Los Vladimirovitch that I cannot wait to bust out now. Fenton ... See the Rest

A Pantone Chart of Human Skin Colors

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From Jezebel: "Brazilian artist Angelica Dass is attempting to catalog the entire range of human skin tones — to create what she calls a 'chromatic inventory' of all humankind. Her infinite project, titled 'HUMANAE,' involves photographing a subject, taking an 11x11 pixel 'sample' of that person's skin from the resulting image, and matching it to ... See the Rest