Emojis Get the Pantone Treatment

Emojis Get the Pantone Treatment

0a14b8de7ba631b963ff91804092c04eef4a504f?auto=compress&w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Tara Bellucci
Sep 22, 2015
(Image credit: Burro Studio)

Small objects, smoothies, and now emojis. Burro Studio has paired twelve popular emojis with their corresponding Pantone colors.

The Italian designers created the series of twelve cards, cleverly named 'moji Itten after color wheel theorist Johannes Itten. Each hue got a new fictional name based on its emoji partner, like Nighiri Red and Fortune Purple.

Created with Sketch.