Tiny PMS Match is a little project of graphic designer Inka Mathew in which she matches tiny objects that strike her fancy to Pantone color chips. She is not a photographer and is doing this for fun. It makes her appreciate the little things in life, and she would like to share them. All pictures were taken with her iPhone 5 and edited with Snapseed.
Pantone 482 color match. A little sea shell I picked up at Galveston Beach on Thanksgiving weekend. Had a wonderful much needed break and family time with my husband and kids.
Pantone 210 color match. A shoe from my daughter’s Butterfly Fairy Barbie.
Pantone 2645 color match. The fashionably late Fall Aster. These wild flowers were popping up covering my son’s school playground .
Pantone 7427 color match. Magnolia seeds. I find it fascinating the fact that such bright white flowers come from blood red seeds.
Pantone 7409 color match. Another fall leaf from the backyard. Love the specs of color on it.
Pantone 1807 color match. The bushes in my backyard are showing a bit of fall colors.
Pantone 1655 color match. Fall has brought in beautiful colors. Pomegranate flower bud.
Pantone 5645 color match. The back side of a fuzzy Texas Sage leaf. Its also called the Texas Ranger bush. No, it’s not an herb.
Pantone 540 color match. Rattla’s Lego head, from the Ninjago series, my son’s collection. Props to whoever designed his face. It will give me a nightmare if this thing is big.
Pantone 811 color match. A dinky little plastic goldfish that my daughter loves right now. She carried it around so much that its tail is about to come off.