pantone tarts by emilie de griottes pantone tarts by emilie de griottes
mar 07, 2012

pantone tarts by emilie de griottes

‘pantone 1797 c’, a tart created by emilie de griottes for fricote magazine

for a special feature in french culinary magazine fricote, french food designer emilie de griottes developed dessert tarts that recreate pantone colour swatches. berries, carrots, lemon, candies, and other foods are arranged upon a tart base, whose bottom is iced in white and marked with the pantone colour represented. recipes for making the tarts are available in fricote issue number 6 (2012).

the full spread for fricote

‘pantone 7507 c’

‘pantone 715 c’

  • So cool!!!…and fresh!! Lovely

    Dario says:
  • love it

    SB says:
  • loooove it, it\’s super cool! 🙂

    @zeyarda says:
  • mhhhh yummy 😉

    bozena says:
  • beautifully brilliant

    @roseannaroberts says:
  • Love this – genius! For a similar food/colour crossover piece of design there’s this tea colour chart I came across..
    [url=http://www.tea-chart.co.uk] British Tea Colour Chart [/url]

    Max says:
  • sencillamente..impresionante que manera más dulde de deleitar un pantone…ahora podemos decir: que pantone te gusta más !!!

    sergio says:
  • Very Japanese; Too beautiful to eat.

    joy breeze says:
  • this is so lovely and delectable at the same time! Can’t help but reblog this on my site heyheyhappyday

  • this is so lovely and delectable at the same time!

    Can’t help but reblog this on my site
    [url=http://heyheyhappyday.tumblr.com/] heyheyhappyday [/url]

    ken says:
  • OMG, this is just absolutly gorgeous! I love it!
    http://apetitpoisdesign.blogspot.com.au/

    ApetitPois says:
  • No puedo parar de mirarlas 🙂

    marta says:
  • We love creativity and Pantone Matching, what an inspirational way to combine food and colour. http://www.wurlin.com

    Wurlin says:

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