• Kameyutseosì

    Put colors in your life by this wiki? Everybody got time for that!

    I think this wiki will help to put ideas to people when they will paint walls or match colors with furnitures and walls. Nice job guys!

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  • CalzoneManiac


    March 17, 2013 by CalzoneManiac

    This wiki is a-mazing!

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  • Wagnike2

    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…

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  • Noahtomlin

    Here at Wikia we love tattoos and of course we love Pantone. So imagine our pleasant surprise when we stumbled upon this Tattone from the design-savvy swissmiss at Tattly.

    Tattone was created by artist Josh Green. Individual sheets come with 2 chip-sized Tattones AND a deluxe-sized Tattone (depending on, you know, your color mood).

    For ideas on all the places you can place the tattone (but not limited to), see more photos here.

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  • Wagnike2

    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…

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  • Kate.moon

    Artsy Barcodes

    June 23, 2011 by Kate.moon

    What is so special about barcodes? Nothing really. They've always been there, and they're an essential part of packaging and paying for our goods. But recently, there's been an interesting movement by some small companies to change the design of the traditional barcode! Instead of the boring rectangular code that we're used to, these artistic barcodes are quite beautiful and adds to the overall packaging aesthetic.

    According to Yahoo Finance, smaller companies are utilizing "vanity barcodes" to put their own personal stamp on their packaging. The movement has even spawned businesses that specialize in creating these vanity barcodes, such as Design Barcodes Inc, and Vanity Barcodes LLC.

    While there are certain limitations to making barcodes, …

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  • Meganhassler

    We all have our favorite color, whether it is our Colorstrology color or the color of our favorite shirt. But now our options have expanded. Pantone released 175 new hues to their collection this month, bringing the total to 2,100 shades.

    According to Pantone, the color choices were made so that all color families included:

    • A broader range of nuanced neutrals and mid-tones
    • An increased number of vibrant brights
    • Many complex hues with greater depth and intensity
    • More subdued and smoky variations of popular colors

    With delicious additions like Agave Green, Lemon Meringue, Tangerine Tango, Ganache, Cinnamon Stick and Marmalade, the line-up is rich.

    Ever since Pantone originally released their 1,001 colors in 1985, designers have looked to the compan…

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  • JoePlay

    Official Rules


    2. Promotion Description. The Pantone Giveaway (the “Promotion") is a sweepstakes promotion where individuals who create an account and leave a comment on the blog (note: you must be logged in to leave a comment) will be eligible to be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Accounts and blog entries completed from 12:01 on June 20, 2011 to 23:59 on July 1, 2011 (the “Promotion Period”) will be eligible to win one (1) prize. The prize will be limited to one (1) of the following packages for each winner. Each package will include:

    • Pantone Postcards
    • Pantone Honeysuckle Journal
    • Pantone Paint Chip Journal

    3. How To Enter. One Entry will be automatically submitted into the Promotio…

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  • JoePlay

    Pantone Giveaway

    June 20, 2011 by JoePlay

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  • Kate.moon

    Are you looking to redecorate your home? Perhaps surround yourself with your colorstrology color? If so, check out these wonderful homes from Elle Decor! These modern and historically relevant homes follow the Pantone color palette to create unique and vibrant interiors. Are you inspired by the color palette of comics and art? See how it translates to real life in 3-D!

    Check out this amazing gallery to see the breakdown of color within real homes.

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  • Wagnike2

    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
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  • Kate.moon

    Pantone Hotel

    June 1, 2011 by Kate.moon

    Do you love colors and follow colorstrology? Or perhaps you identify with certain colors that have a soothing effect on you. If that's the case, you're truly going to love...the Pantone Hotel! Yes! There is a hotel designed by Pantone Inc. themselves! Located in Brussels, Belgium, every facet of this "color hotel" is designed to saturate your senses with a unique color palette or "distinctive hue" with your colors in mind!

    It's a luxury boutique hotel with all modern amenities with focus on color. The rooms will follow a specific color scheme like the one on the right to accommodate the mood and the needs of the guest.

    Impeccably designed by Michel Penneman and Oliver Hannaert, The PANTONE HOTELTM, Brussels showcases the color of emotion wit…

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  • Kate.moon


    May 6, 2011 by Kate.moon

    For those who check their horoscopes on a daily basis, colorstrology may be a fun way to figure out what else influences your mood and personality aside from the stars. Pantone and a noted astrologer patented "colorstrology" with 366 different colors based on your birth month and date. Each day has a different color, and therefore a different meaning.

    Each date has personality traits and a blurb about what that color will do for you and what it means to have been born on that day. Check out Colorstrology for a fun pick-me-up; who doesn't love finding out more about their personality?

    I'm Forever Blue; what are you?

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  • Bchwood

    A Glasgow-based artist named Derek Bowers was commissioned by Pantone to create a 2011 calendar.

    In his words, “My brief was to create a calendar for Pantone, the world-renowned authority on colour. The main aim for me was to make this calendar relevant on a global scale. With the colour wheel being universally recognised, I used this and combined it with a mosaic made up of 1440 different images to create my main graphic. Sticking with the whole worldwide idea, I have included many visual references to a host of different countries within the mosaic, and highlighted many of the main religious and cultural holidays throughout the year.”

    So he designed this most excellent circular calendar based on the colour wheel, using images from all roun…

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