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Pantone forever.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

And now for your weekly dose of Pantone goodness.

Graphic designer, Andrea Antoni, has been matching Pantone colours to European landscapes.

The pics are seriously satisfying to look at, with the landscapes published as is, or slightly manipulated to reflect particular memories.

"While it is definitely these same places in the pictures, it is also not them; colours have changed, buildings are cut out and presented in different ways. The result is a world that is unreal from one point of view, but extremely true from another. That's the place of memory; real and recreated at the same time,” Antoni told Vice.

Check out some of our faves above.


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