Pantone Color 2014

 

Style, Substance and Color: Major Trends and Directions

In this complex and information-laden world, there is a multiplicity of resources that inform color and design directions. More than ever before it is urgent to be aware of future trends as consumers are seeking distinctive styling and considerable substance. Most importantly, colors and combinations must be appealing, evocative, transformative and “on-target”. The following themes explain the major trends and the sources of inspiration.

 

Welcome to Day 4: Fluidity

Gliding gracefully through watery channels, Fluidity is the palette that understands the inevitable human need for life-sustaining cool water tones rendered largely in dazzling blues and blue-greens. These cooling hues are underscored by shimmering seagrass shades and undersea-creature colors such as Absinthe Green, Violet Tulle, a blazing Samoan Sun, a Dewberry purple and two tones of eye-arresting orange-corals.

 

Here are some fine art and poster/print options from The Studio that showcase this Color Palette. To inquire about pricing/art options contact The Studio. 

**All of us at The Studio thought it would be fun to introduce the nine color palettes that Pantone has offered as new and fresh color combinations for 2014, while highlighting the color combination themes which explain the major trends and the sources of inspiration. 

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