Would anyone in Berlin be up for letting me borrow their Pantone guide for a couple of days? I’ll bake you a bread in pantone color 7405 in exchange.
Currently we are making the design of the book cover and choosing accent colors. There is a lot of swatches sending over mail from San Francisco. It is tricky since you can simply not really see colors on the screen. I really need to use a pantone swatch to be able to find the color. I ordered one online 2 weeks ago but none of the colors I want seem to be present in this swatch book. My pantone app is not sufficient.
Tomorrow I will discuss color options over skype with a NY friend of mine who is running the great Ultra Bright color forecasting blog. I love her work. But it would be great to have a pantone swatch in front of me.
Bread for tomorrow anyone? Pantone7405 looks great with a hard baked crust.
Below some beautiful warm dirty yellows that I have traded and bought over the years. Moonraker Video, Homemade bodyoil, Aesop aftersun, The Vegetable Garden book, Italian Tea, Earl Grey bonbons, a Belgian book about Congo from before the independence.
THANK YOU GUYS! IT TOOK 9 (!!!!) MINUTES AND I HAD A TRADED PANTONE GUIDE. WHAT WOULD I DO WITHOUT YOU? Thank You Henrik Kürschner for saving my.