It’s that time of the year! While everyone is giddy over the holidays, we’re gushing over the Pantone Color of the Year for 2019; 16-1546 Living Coral. The Pantone Color Institute is the business unit within Pantone that highlights top seasonal runway colors, forecasts global color trends, and advises companies on color for product and brand visual identity. Every winter, Pantone announces a “color of the year” – a retinal reflection of the cultural moment.
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As the butterflies softly flutter over your flower beds and the calm summer breeze soothes your mind, you may well find yourself with some extra time while hanging in your hammock and an empty podcast playlist in your hand. Well, let us right that wrong. We’ve looked at the statistics of the highest performing Transmissions from Tomorrow, Digital Services podcast episodes of 2019 and we’re ready to share our findings with you, for your listening
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Summer is already getting over and we’re sure that you’ve already made good use of your hammock throughout the summer. And, in all likeliness, your hammock may have gathered some dust and you may be wondering how to get rid off it and keep your hammock clean? Don’t worry, we’ve got you sorted. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you in the future to keep your hammock safe and squeaky clean! First
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The end of the year brings one of the most hotly anticipated announcements for the design and creative communities: Pantone’s Color of the Year. This year, the trend spotters at the Pantone Color Institute have selected PANTONE 19-4052: Classic Blue.https://www.youtube.com/embed/m8tnsF8f7Y4 “PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is a reassuring presence, instilling calm, confidence, and connection,” says Laurie Pressman, Vice President at the Pantone Color Institute. “While technology races ahead, often overwhelming our human ability to process everything
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Not a day goes by where we don’t get asked a question from a customer who’s curious about how to best setup their hammock. Whether it’s setting it up on a balcony, in a bedroom, between two Jeeps, or just in the backyard – the situations are always different but the questions are often the same: How far apart should the attachment points be? How high do they need to be to make sure the
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