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TOBE REPORT November 2016

Color Inspiration: Spring/Summer 2018


Letter from the editor

Color mezmerizes the mind and makes ones imagination go wild. It can evoke many different types of emotions in a person. They allow us to express ourselves and our personailities. Color has the ability to make us see and experience things in different ways. Color makes the world a prettier place and it’s hard to imagine a life without it. But like evrything else in the world, color is evovling. Spring colors are staring to change. Bright and bold and soft pastel colors are moving to dark jewel tones and dusty neutrals. But this is a welcomed change. Because with this change comes the change in the way that we perceive whats around us.

“Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams.� -Paul Gauguin

Madeline McBride Madeline McBride Editor in Chief


Contents Holographic Haze

Child’s Play

05

09

Natural Composure

13

Bejeweled

17


Holographic Haze

Pantone 9362 U

Pantone 217 U

Pantone 2135 C

Pantone 250 U

Pantone 14-4811 TPX

Pantone 337 C

Pantone 13-4201 TCX

Holographic Haze is a group of colors that make one feel young and free again. With a collection of bubble gum pinks and subtle lavenders, it is reminiscent of a girls childhood memories. The glitz and the glam make your imagination run wild with possible combinations. Cool accent colors make it whimsical and inviting, resembling cotton candy and unicorns. Allowing one to let out their inner child once again.


BREAKDOWN main

Pantone 217 U

Pantone 2135 C

intermediate

Pantone 250 U

accent

Pantone 13-4201 TCX

pop

Pantone 337 C

Pantone 14-4811 TPX

Pantone 9362 U


Child’s Play

Child’s Play is all about the brightness that brings a smile to your face. The colors evoke an energetic feeling that one cannot ignore. Child’s Play is a vibrant collection of colors that one might say resembles their child hood crayon box, ang hopefully encourages them to add a splash of color into their life. Even on the gloomiest of days, bright brillant colors can make the grey go away.

Pantone 14-1064 TPX

Pantone 16-1358 TCX

Pantone 18-1754 TPX

Pantone 17-1664 TCX

Pantone 17-4139 TPX

Pantone 527 C

Pantone 17-6153 TCX


BREAKDOWN main

Pantone 17-1664 TCX

Pantone 14-1064 TPX

intermediate

Pantone 527 C

accent

Pantone 16-1358 TCX

pop

Pantone 17-6153 TCX

Pantone 17-4139 TPX

Pantone 18-1754 TPX


Natural Composure

Pantone 17-1022 TPX

Pantone 19-1012 TPG

Pantone 19-0315 TCX

Pantone 14-4502 TCX

Pantone 18-4005 TCX

Pantone 18-3937 TPX

Natural Composure combines earthy tones found in hard and soft interior spaces . Evoking a cool and calm feeling, the earth tone colors can insinuate balance and calmness. Although they might be slightly dull, they still have the ability to create beautiful combinations. And with little to no effort one can appear interesting while also being disinterested in the world around them at the same time.


BREAKDOWN main

Pantone 17-1022 TPX

Pantone 19-1012 TPG

intermediate

Pantone 18-4005 TCX

accent

Pantone 15-1511 TCX

pop

Pantone 18-3937 TPX

Pantone 19-0315 TCX

Pantone 14-4502 TCX


Bejeweled

Bejeweled reveals the sultry side of ones personality. Provoking a sensuality, the jewel tones create a sexy sort of conďŹ dence. Bejeweled nights make a person okay with revealing a little sex appeal and getting into a reasonable amount of trouble. The deep, sultry tones are seemingly inviting and can make for a very curious girls night out.

Pantone 19-2429 TCX

Pantone 19-3731 TCX

Pantone 17-4139 TPX

Pantone 19-6311 TPX

Pantone 19-1724 TCX

Pantone 19-4034 TPG

Pantone 19-4020 TCX


BREAKDOWN main

Pantone 19-2429 TCX

Pantone 17-4139 TPX

intermediate

Pantone 19-3731 TCX

accent

Pantone 19-1724 TCX

pop

Pantone 19-4020 TCX

Pantone 19-6311 TPX

Pantone 19-4034 TPG


DISCLAIMER: This is a mock TOBE report for Anthony Miller’s Current Trends and Forecasting class at Savannah College of Art and Design.

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