Chronicle Books have teamed up with Pantone to come up with the Pantone Postcard Box. This new book/box contains 100 post cards that are all "chips" of Pantone Colors. In fact they are fun to use in many different crafts around the house. Brooke Johnson from Chronicle Books had the following to say, "“We wanted to include an equal mix of colors from Pantone’s Fashion and Home color system and their Plus Series print system — the system that graphic designers are most familiar with. The fashion and home system utilizes fun names as well as numbers for each color, so the name definitely was an important part of criteria for inclusion in the set … it had to be a name that someone would want to send." Johnson tried to stay true to using Panto…Read more >
We all can probably agreed that we are total color-holics here. From the Color of the Year, to Color of the Month, to Colorstrology, and now to the color of words and time. According to posts on Brandflakes for Breakfast, there are now ways to find a specific color for any word you can think of! Head on over to The Color Of, type in a word, and see what result you get. You can use any word that you can think of - appropriate or not. Depending all on what you want to do.
Brandflakes for Breakfast also pointed out this cool new project called The Colour Clock. This project changes every second of the day and can be toggled to view the time or the corresponding hexadecimal color value. It is also available as a screensaver which makes it far…Read more >
Hola fellow Pantone-aholics. If you just can't get enough of Pantone in your life between the Colorstrology, the Colors, the Products, then there is good news. No longer will your computer's wallpaper have to be Pantone-less. Over at How About Orange, they have mentioned that different Wallpapers are available here featuring Pantone colors and designs. These wallpapers are also available on your Ipad and Imac.
Which color are you going to make your new Pantone wallpaper choice? If I have to choose I'm going to go with the Pantone 382 C. Are you green with envy? Or are you in favor of another choice?
- How About Orange