Whether you roll with a cold can of 1595 C, or you’re feeling bold and want to throw back a 426 C, the packaging let’s you know what’s in store before you crack it open.
We’ve recently seen food pairings tied together, and Pantone-matching food items. Now, artist David Schwen keeps the trend going with Pantone Pairings. In the series, food items are represented in swatch form to help bring the greatest of dynamic food duos together.
Although, as we all know, bacon matches with everything. See more here.
Most foods are distinguishable by their organic colors and tones. But what if those naturally occurring colors were industrialized with the use of a digital color matching system? Artist Alison Anselot created Pantone Food — a photography series that matches the color of foods to its corresponding Pantone swatch.
Whether it’s a bowl of sliced strawberries, brownies, flan, or a plate of PMS 877 — Anselot not only finds the perfect color match for these monochromatic foods, but in the process creates beautifully-styled and hunger-inducing images.
Screw you, Pantone… There’s a new color-matching system on the block. Assuming that you only need the warm amber and golden hues of beer, Beertone is here to help. The formula guide includes 202 beers, their vital info, and color.
Although Beertone is currently available only in Swiss beers, there are plans to include other countries’ brews. If the U.S. is ever included, expect hues such as ‘Coors Light Clear,’ and ‘Budweiser Beige’. The Beertone color-matching system is currently available for pre-order.