Author(s): Pantone Inc.
Ten petite journals feature Pantone's iconic color chip design in ten sumptuous shades. Grid-dot interior pages and a sturdy slipcase make these notebooks eminently practical and chic for on-the-go note-taking when used solo, and an eye-catching object for desktop display when grouped together.
Pantone LLC is the world-renowned authority on colour. For more than fifty years PANTONE has been inspiring design professionals with products, services, and technology for the colourful exploration and expression of creativity. In 1963, Lawrence Herbert, PANTONE's founder, created the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM(R), a book of standardised colour in fan format-an innovative system for identifying, matching and communicating colours to solve the problems associated with producing accurate colour matches in the graphic arts community. PANTONE has since expanded its colour-matching systems to include other colour-critical industries including digital, fashion, home plastics, architecture, interiors and paint. Today, the PANTONE name is known worldwide as the standard language for accurate colour communication, the definitive international means for selecting, specifying, matching and controlling colours.