Is Living Coral really your thing?
Absolutely yes. For those of you who are not in the know, every year Pantone, the US-based company, pronounces the color of the subsequent year. Believe it or not, this actually makes an impact on many industries globally, especially in the fashion and textile field, as well as interior design and home decor. In fact, looking at previous Pantone’s colors of the year, you could get a basic idea of which year a home design belongs to. However, you will have to have a keen eye for that, that’s for sure. We bring you an interesting story about Pantone Color 2019.
This year’s award for the color of 2019 is Living Coral. This is in fact why we decided to write this article. This is a color that predominated in the motion picture movie Her, with Joaquin Phoenix in the leading role. If you are a fan of this great movie, you know exactly what are we talking about. It’s the movie’s theme color.
See? Even in this picture, you can find some Living coral traces!
We plan to write a separate article about the movie Her since we see it as a film that influenced and affected our lives, and we absolutely encourage you to see it too! The movie won Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2014. And go ahead and watch it once more if you’ve already seen it. The living coral color is what brings alive Samantha, the computer voice and Joaquin is often seen in scenes in combinations of this gentle and happy color. It is kind of strange that this color waited so long to be noticed…
Styling with Pantone Color 2019 – Living Coral
Living coral is a color that will cheer you up, that is for sure. Consider wearing it this Spring and Summer – you will be noticed, we guarantee. For astonishing color matching ideas, just rent the movie. And enjoy, what else?
Don’t forget! This color will definitely make you stand out!
Bonus intermezzo: Watch Panetone’s animating and life-affirming coral tone with a golden connotation that energizes and animates with a softer edge. Sit back for a few seconds and relax.
Read more on why this color just got awarded on Pantone’s official post for Pantone Color 2019.
Like Joaquin Phoenix? Read more about his next big thing, in the movie Joker!
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