Artist Isabella Montan Creates Pantone-Inspired Pop Culture Graphics – Design You Trust

Artist Isabella Montan Creates Pantone-Inspired Pop Culture Graphics

For her series Pantop, Isabella Montan presents a combination of ideas, colours, images and captions in a Pantone swatch presentation. Inspired by a myriad of ideas — from pop-culture, brands, trends, a news story, a personality or an event — Montan puts together an graphic that is a harmonious interplay of colours, pictures and words.

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