Pantone Pen Print.

The Pantone Pen Print is one of the coolest, most original ideas I’ve seen in awhile. Daniel Eatock actually completed the project back in 2006, but I’ve only just heard about it. It consisted of one complete set of Letraset TRIA Pantone markers arranged in the color spectrum and left for one month sitting on their uncapped points on a stack of 500 sheets of uncoated white paper. The results were incredible. The ink bled through 73 sheets of the paper. The numbering of each sheet corresponds to its position within the stack furthest from the top (i.e. 1/73, etc.). The pricing also corresponded similarly with 1/73 valued at £1, 2/73 at £2, etc. Of course by now everything has been sold out for ages, but I think a little home experimentation and patience might be in order on my part…

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  • Abbey

    December 31, 2007 at 6:35 pm Reply

    This is freaking awesome!

  • Paul Pincus

    January 24, 2008 at 5:46 pm Reply

    Wow! It’s official…this is my new favorite blog!!!

    These are incredible.

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