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The Pantone palette and its color of the year

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PANTONE’S fan palette of colors are identified with their own codes, and with their equivalent CMYK mixture for ease of digital printing. color palette courtesy of Pantone

IN 1963, Lawrence Herbert founded Pantone in the United Kingdom. Originally a company that developed color cards for the cosmetics industry, Herbert reengineered it into a full (and the first!) color matching system provider in the world.

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