• Design Free Thursday | Edible Pantone Swatches by Emilie de Griottes.

    Posted on 15th March, by Dana Tomić Hughes in online + print, random fun. 5 Comments

    Extreme love alert! Food designer Emilie de Griottes, created a series of desert tarts for French culinary magazine Fricote. Emilie recreated Pantone colour swatches using various fruit placed on tart bases with ends iced in white showing Pantone colour names and codes. Genius!

    Don’t they look good enough to eat? Boom boom! Ah, come on – I couldn’t help myself!

    [Images via Griottes.]

  • 5 Responses to “Design Free Thursday | Edible Pantone Swatches by Emilie de Griottes.”

    1. This is a divine post – totally edible :-P! xo

    2. [...] i created a three dimensional pantone swatch series for a photo styling assignment. my inspiration came from here . [...]

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