Pantone Easter Eggs by Jessica Jones

Pantone Easter Eggs Photograph

Happy Easter 2012 everyone! Here’s a quirky unofficial Pantone® experiment I just discovered via Daniel Acacio. These Pantone Easter Eggs were created by Jessica Jones of art and design blog How About Orange.

Jessica explains: The graphic designer in me couldn’t resist attempting faux Pantone Easter eggs. I dyed these boiled eggs, then typed up the labels and printed them on ink jet temporary tattoo paper. Remember to print the words backwards! [Read more].

I’m please Pantone 156U was included─it’s one of my favourite Pantones─what’s yours?

★ For more information about the true meaning of Easter and why we celebrate it, check out Questions about Easter.

Credits: Image Copyright © How About Orange.

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2 thoughts on “Pantone Easter Eggs by Jessica Jones”

  1. Jason Vana
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    I love this! Such a cool idea.

  2. Andrew Kelsall
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    Jason → It’d be cool if Pantone DID actually make coloured Easter Eggs though!

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