Manetone Pantone Painting


A reproduction of Édouard Manet’s ‘Bar at the Folies Bergere’ made entirely of old Pantone chips. Over 5,000 unused chips were painstakingly colour matched and and stuck down over four long nights, and acted as centre piece for a boozey party in our design studio. By Tim Fraser Brown.

(Thank you Amy)

4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. god, swiss, where do you find these genius things???!! your blog gets better and better.

  2. WOW! do you think he would be interested in selling! That would look so great in my little house! I am a pantone fanboy (like an apple fanboy with better colour sense)

  3. Geez, that is one genius creation!

  4. woooow amazing this stuff.. i dont have words!! OMG!!