Small Objects Get Color Matched With The Tiny PMS Project



Pantone Matching System (PMS) is the biggest color standard in the world. Basically Pantone allows designers to determine colors on all different mediums (from web to print). It’s an important part of the designer ecosystem when you work with brands! Some artists also use PMS creatively for fun just like Inka Mathew and her Tiny PMS project does.

Tiny PMS takes small everyday objects and matches them to their official Pantone color. After Inka matches a tiny object she puts it on the matching Pantone color chip and snaps a picture. It’s a fun project that makes me (and any other designer) smile. I have a few of my favorites below, but you can see the rest as well as new additions in the future on the Tiny PMS project page.

Which are your favorite Tiny PMS entries!? Let me know in the comments below!

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