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Pantone The Game

Pantone The Game

This colorful card game is the perfect gift for graphic designers and other visual artists. The game challenges players to use creativity to assemble abstract images of characters using 15 official Pantone colors. Opponents earn points guessing the images with as few clues as possible.

Pantone Pin

Pantone Pin

Who needs a swatch book with thousands of colors when you can make any color you’d like into an unofficial Pantone hue? Studio Cult’s cheeky pin has a square cutout in its center, proudly showing off your choice of fabric color. The perfect gift for designers. Measures 1.125″ x 1″.

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Clemens Habicht’s Color Puzzles

Clemens Habicht’s Color Puzzles

Clemens Habicht’s 1000 Colours is a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle in which each piece is a unique color. When assembled, it forms a CMYK color chart. Also available in halftone and vibrating color patterns. Save an extra 15% with code SEMIANNUAL in The Awesomer Shop.

Making Rainbow Pasta

Making Rainbow Pasta

Cooking expert Linda Nicholson aka “Salty Seattle” shows us how she makes some of her colorful rainbow-striped pasta without using any artificial ingredients. She uses flowers, vegetables, and spices to add the color to her pasta ribbons.

Color Terms Around the Globe

Color Terms Around the Globe

While color names vary wildly based on the language you speak, it turns out that the way color names are chosen follows some surprisingly replicable patterns. Vox explores the unexpected relationships between human color perception and language development.

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