Speaking of Colour Week: Pantone Cookies Anyone?



In honour of colour week, I couldn't resist reblogging these Pantone Chip Cookies by Kim Neill spotted over at dsponge today. A freelance designer and illustrator, Kim created them using her Pantone chips collection. She was inspired by the Pantone tin and used royal icing to recreate the exact colors. She then used an edible marker to add the Pantone text and numbers! Brilliant!

Jan Halvarson

16 comments:

the southern hostess said...

So clever. And almost too cute to eat.

the rikrak studio said...

brilliant indeed!

im zoe said...

they are just so good, great idea".

Zoe


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'odd and old' Linda Dacey said...

pantone chip-tastic. brings back memories of when i was a graphic designer in london covent garden; (but bet these are sweeter than my memories!)...

gebrichi said...

Yummy and clever!

Pinecone Camp said...

I love those! I wouldn't want to eat them...actually, yest I would. ;)

Marisa Midori said...

Genius and so cute! (especially in the pantone tin!) I wish pantone made a food dye set. Would make life so much easier.

tori lynn dickson said...

what a wonderful idea!

Lisa said...

So great! I want to make some for my next studio meeting.

ruffledrose.com said...

Those are hilarious, and yet so clever!

monkeyandsquirrel said...

ummm, hello awesome!!!

Lakshmi said...

Pantone color cookies ! Me want those !

Hagar said...

What a brilliant idea, love it!

Alexandra Snowdon said...

Oh my! what a totally awesome idea, well done Kim!

Jenn said...

Brilliant! Definitely a "wish I'd thought of it."

out of the frame said...

I love them! what a brilliant idea :)

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