Artist Matches Small Everyday Objects with Their Pantone Swatches

The small studies that compose Tiny PMS Match act both as an exploration of tonality and as a celebration of everyday items. Each picture features a Pantone Matching System sample paired with the identically-colored thing. These tiny, real posts range from unique trinkets, such as a Lego pineapple, a mushroom eraser, and a “vintage rooster Crackerjack toy prize,” to organic items, including beaming blooms, distinctively – beans that are patterned, and also a rainbow of spices.

Given the extensive extent of her studies and the quality of her matches, you might be surprised to learn that she will not have a rigorous selection procedure. Rather, the designer prefers to simply stumble upon issues that are possible. If and when she finds a thing she’d like to feature in Tiny PMS Match, its color match is found by her in her handy dandy Pantone publication. Speak about a serendipitous set!

Be sure to follow Mathew‘s polychromatic project on Instagram and Tumblr.


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