As 2020 draws to a close, the powers to be at the Pantone Color Institute have released their annual color of the year. According to the color experts, 2021's vibe is to be expressed in not one, but two separate hues.
As we move into the second half of the year, one questions remains on my mind. Will a worldwide pandemic and the ripples of social transformation impact our color preferences?
Crystals, once dismissed as hippy dippy nonsense, can be more than just bohemian decorations or fashion accessories for someone who wants to believe in the good vibrations associated with them.
Nature continues to be an inspiration point for PPG who has announced Chinese Porcelain (PPG1160-6) as their 2020 Color of the Year (COTY).
As consumers tire of gray and start looking for a color to entice the senses, blue is the easiest introduction for designers to present to their clients. Chinese Porcelain is described as a “cobalt, moody ink blue”. It can be modern, timeless, approachable and calming.