Artist Creates A Pantone Color Guide Of Human Skin Tones

Artist Creates A Pantone Color Guide Of Human Skin Tones
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Pierre David uses human skin color to create a new type of guide that showcases the varied, beautiful colors of people in Brazil.

Allie Walker
  • 21 may 2012

The Pantone color chart has been used for decades as the definitive guide for artists, designers, decorators, and painters wanting to find the perfect color match. Artist Pierre David used the iconic Pantone color guide fan as inspiration for his work, The Human Pantone.

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