This is yesterday’s palette, I’m only uploading it now since most of it was gathered in that grey area which we call Saturday night, but which is actually Sunday morning. This palette reflects a not only the emotions, but the people and objects of the evening. Most influential to this palette was Emma Gough, a fellow book designer extraordinaire.
At the start of the evening it was agreed upon that PANTONE 319 C is the new “it” colour for objects. often combined with PANTONE 4485 C. Emma summarised in colour: PANTONES 705 U and 692 U. At one point we came upon PANTONE 332 U used on a “Monteith’s” coaster, which we agreed could possible be the real new “it” colour for objects, maybe 319 C had just a bit too much blue in it…so give it a coating and PANTONE 332 C could be the new big seller.
As for PANTONES 7546 U I was cold on this windy evening at the wharf, surrounded by dark waters (PANTONE 303 C), with lights reflecting off them (admittedly PANTONE 114 C isn’t a very accurate representation of lights reflecting off the water, but as a child its the one I would have chosen from my paint box).