A few months back, we featured artist Angelica Dass’ refreshing project, Humanae, who was recording and matching human skin tones to Pantone’s color system, challenging (and debunking) the idea of what the color “flesh” is.
Well designers, artists, architects and color connoisseurs rejoice — another Pantone-inspired project has caught our attention, this one by the global authority itself! The Pantone Hotel in Brussels, Belgium was designed by architect Olivier Hannaert, while the colorful and flashy decor was by interior designer Michel Penneman. Each floor was decorated using different color palettes, and the hotel features some great colorful details. Delightful!
“…si me domesticas, tendremos necesidad uno del otro. Tú serás para mí único en el mundo. Yo seré para ti único en el mundo…”
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The Girl and the Fox
Ilona is a nine-year-old girl who lives in the wilderness with her mother and father. Food is running low, and when a mysterious fox starts killing their livestock, she has no choice but to track down the strange creature in order to ensure the survival of her family.
Awards and Nominations: • Student Academy Awards (Nominee Animation) • Annie Awards (Nominee Best Short Subject) • ASIFA-East Awards (Excellence in Design) • College Television Awards (2nd Place Animation, Geena Davis Award for Focus on Gender Equality) • Palm Springs International ShortFest (Official Selection)