This Designer Matches Teeny Objects with Pantone Colors and We Love It

By on May 2, 2016 in Inspiration
This Designer Matches Teeny Objects with Pantone Colors and We Love It

Pantone colors are all around us, and one designer is on a quest to make it known. Inka Mathew, owner of Green Ink Studio finds tiny ordinary objects to match with their corresponding Pantone color. The project, appropriately named Tiny PMS Match, has more than 145 archived images of Oreos, pencils and everything in between.

With a burst of bad news, followed by something great, Mathew recently announced that she will not be posting any more photos until the release of a Tiny PMS Match hard-cover book with never-before-seen images in Spring of 2016!

Check out the Tiny PMS Match Instagram for the most up-to-date news regarding the release.

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14 Comments

  1. WOW - what a great collection. Would love a poster showing them all in a grid... Will keep an eye out for the tiny book being published. Very cool!

  2. Endlessly fascinating. My favorites are the natural objects, like the ladybug, with their colors. But the four Skittles and the Goldfish cracker keep drawing me back.

  3. This is awesome. He must have been hoarding that color chip book for years. I haven't seen on in ages.

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