Humans love to categorise and simplify, and in 1956, Lawrence Herbert of Pantone took that inclination to a whole new level.
Pantone is best known for their Pantone Matching System - the international language for colour - in which thousands of colours in the spectrum are assigned a number and pigment value. This ingenious system has had a phenomenal impact on the world of design and has integrated itself into many parts of our lives.
The blue in the Australian Flag is Pantone 280. The red in the Coca Cola logo? That’s Pantone 484. As for Cadbury – they’re so protective of Pantone 2685c that in 2009, they trademarked it.
And now all you design buffs and appreciators of the world of colour can enjoy your own piece of Pantone, with Pantone Universe. The folks over there have created these A5 spiral notebooks, bound and labelled in the famous Pantone colours, filled with blank pages on which you can scribble your visual ideas – although really they can be used for almost anything! Perhaps you are a sketch artist, or a stamp collector, or you simply do not like to be trapped between the lines? Let your imagination run wild.
Pantone colours have long been an expression of design and creativity – continue the trend today with Pantone Universe's brilliant products.
Pantone Spiral Notebook features:
- Colour: Tomato.
- Spiral binding.
- 80 high quality A5 pages of 100gsm thick white paper.
- Flexible cardboard cover.
- Bold colours featuring the iconic Pantone chip.
Dimensions: 14.8 x 10.5cm