Pantone Pen Print

September 27, 2008 § 1 Comment

Daniel Eatock draws a blurred line between fine arts and design. His work Pantone Pen Print uses a whole set of pens lined by color value onto a stack of paper and left to bleed for one month. The experience produced 73 prints numbered from bottom to top and sold from £1 to £73. You can read the whole descripition of the project and see other great ones at designboom. A similar project, Balance Poster, does the same but upside down.

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