Explore a variety of design styles and techniques to create a series of Instagram images inspired by a specific PANTONE color.
PANTONE is a color matching system used commonly in graphic (print), fashion, industrial, and interior design. It's a library of pre-formulated colors that, when selected for use, serve as a guarantee that specific colors will turn out as expected. Printers and manufacturers can reference the designated PANTONE color number and dial in colors to match consistently, no matter where they are in the world.
In motion design, we use PANTONE colors to make sure a client's logo stays as close to the original swatch as possible, or to maintain consistency across a brand or advertising campaign. We don't typically use the actual PANTONE number (often referred to as a "PMS" or "Spot" Color), but we do use their RGB or HEX equivalents, which are offered in the PANTONE Color Bridge guides.
John Gnieski, Designer, Photographer, Illustrator :: Ringing College of Art and Design
Nora Gaffney, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design
Final 9 Frames