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Pantone Reveals "Inventive and Transformative" 2022 Color of the Year

Pantone has revealed its Color of the Year for 2022; 17-3938 Very Peri, a brand new color "whose courageous presence encourages personal inventiveness and creativity". The shade falls under the blue color family but with violet red undertones, illustrating the fusion of our modern times and how the digital world has morphed with our physical one. In architecture, shades of periwinkle blue and lavender have long been used in installations, commercial spaces, and lighting, instilling an overall calming, optimistic, and positive effect on the human mind.

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The Beauty of Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year Through 15 Projects

A few days ago, the Pantone Color Institute ended the annual suspense of fashionistas and color connoisseurs everywhere by announcing its 2019 Color of the Year: Living Coral. Described by the Institute as “an animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge,” [1] PANTONE 16-1546 will surely be seen throughout the new year and perhaps in places you wouldn’t expect.

Create Color Palettes from Your Smartphone Pics with These 4 Free Apps

Create Color Palettes from Your Smartphone Pics with These 4 Free Apps - Featured Image
Luis Barragán House / Luis Barragán. Imagem © Flickr of LrBln

"Anyone can be a photographer nowadays, all you need is a smartphone." Although this is a well-known cliche, that doesn't mean it's entirely untrue. Recently, with the advancement of smartphone technology, aided by social networks, the growth of photographic capabilities on these devices has increased at an exponential speed. 

Step Into the Multicolored Universe of the Pantone Hotel with these Eye-Watering Images

The Pantone Hotel, a seven-story hotel in Brussels with decor inspired by the famous Pantone color system, opened for business in 2010, but these candy-colored images of its multi-hued rooms were new to us. Designed by interior designer Michel Penneman and architect Olivier Hannaert, and photographed by Sven Laurent, the Pantone Hotel serves up 59 rooms in a wide variety of color schemes, perfected by Pantone's authoritative color matching system. It is the apotheosis of the company's transition into manufacturing lifestyle products, with the "Pantone Universe" range containing everything from mugs to cufflinks, all colored to an exact specification with their identifying code.

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