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Pantone Swatch Portraits

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And you thought Pantone charts were boring: well think again.

'Pantone as Pixel' is the brilliant new series by Spanish artist Txaber, where he has taken the Pantone squares - aka swatches - and, as the name suggests, used them as pixels to create new versions of classic images.

Txaber said to Design Taxi, “It is a laborious process, but I think the result is interesting.”

We agree wholeheartedly. Check them out below.

(Images: Txaber)

[via Design Taxi]

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