Pantone Matching System or simply PMS is a proprietary color space used in a variety of industries, primarily printing, though sometimes in the manufacturing of colored paint, fabric, and plastics. Pantone has become such an iconic brand and the representation of colors has been used to create all sorts of objects, from a simple poster to toothpaste packages to the trademark colors of the world's most admired brands. Today we bring to you a collection of day to day objects inspired by the PMS.
How did objects come to enter the human collective? Inspired by the research work of Bruno Latour, these graphics were created with the idea to speak about the marketing hidden behind objects the main goal of the serie and the forward on is social life. And having some distance about it, there is some construction of a potential user in products. This work is done by Stephane Massa-Bidal—for more visit http://www.flickr.com/photos/hulk4598/