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Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone. Compendium Design Store, Fremantle. AfterPay, ZipPay accepted.
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Brand Documentary Magazine No 46 Pantone

The rich and colorful history of Pantone dates back to 1963, when the young Lawrence Herbert created the Pantone Matching System(PMS) after buying out a small commercial printing company in New Jersey, USA. By assigning a number to each color, anyone could achieve accurate and consistently repeatable color results, and this system catapulted Pantone into becoming the standard language for color communication for color-critical industries. While its roots are in the graphic arts community, Pantone expanded its system concept across a variety of industries and proved that ˜color™ can indeed become a brand.

Brand, balance, and perspective. 

B Magazine dedicates each issue to the story of one specific brand, which is one of the well-balanced brands that JOH. discovers from around the world based on four standards: beauty, practicality, price, and philosophy. And each issue is packed with B™s unique insights and in-depth analysis. 

Brand Documentary Magazine receives no advertising profits or financial support from the brands it introduces. 

Contents:

  • INTRO
  • EDITOR’S LETTER
  • COMMENTS Instagram posts and comments from Pantone users
  • MORNING Morning scenes from four cities show metropolitan color
  • OPINION Youngsik Oh, CEO and founder of Total Impact
  • LINE-UP A lineup of Pantone’s chief products
  • LIFE IN COLOR Looking at Pantone through the lens of daily life
  • AFTERNOON Afternoon landscapes from four cities
  • USER’S CHOICE Pantone’s meaning and applicability in the field
  • OPINION Aurelien Arbet and Jeremie Egry, Cofounders and art directors of Etudes
  • COLOR BRANDING Brands that have used color as a marketing weapon
  • NIGHT Nightscapes and skylines from four cities
  • OPINION Kenji Osanai, CEO of Osanai Design Studio
  • ICON Colors that dominated their eras
  • ESSAY Using color to enhance brand value
  • B’S CUT Pantone’s color recreations
  • BRAND STORY The behind story and branding strategy behind a company that’s become the color standard
  • SPACE Spaces the embody Pantone’s philosophy
  • PRODUCTS The sensible lifestyle products of Pantone Universe™
  • FIGURES The numbers that demonstrate Pantone’s brand scale and product lines
  • MIDNIGHT Four cities at midnight


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