Pantone’s Color of the Year 2017 Design Inspiration
It’s here, the moment the design world has been waiting for: the announcement of Pantone’s Color of the Year 2017! In case you missed the news, the official color of 2017 is “Greenery,” a refreshing and revitalizing shade of neutral green.
Inspired by the wonderful, natural world around us, Greenery is a yellow-green shade that’s both calming and invigorating to look at.
“Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize, Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose.” – Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute
Pantone’s Color of the Year 2017 is a nice reminder to slow down, look around, and discover the beauty that surrounds us every single day. Not only does it stand well on its own, but it also pairs nicely with a wide variety of color schemes to satisfy any palette you’re looking for.
So now that we know the Pantone Color of the Year 2017, it’s time to start incorporating Greenery into some design work! To help jump-start your inspiration for using this refreshing color, we’ve rounded up some wonderful work from designers that have used Greenery (or a similar tone) in the past.
Moment of Zen by João Augusto
Girl Doesn’t Push Mongo by Benjamin Windsor
Fello – A new script font by Peter Silk
Green Illustration by Zenithzh
Yoga Studio 75 Mobile by Mike Chum
Chainsaw the Dog Logo by Kyle Lambert
Envy Illustrative Brand by Justin Mezzell
Let’s Go Biking by Grant Hao-Wei Lin
Cheers by Pido
Fundraiser mug design by Joseph Ernst
Bistro Packaging Pattern By Steve Wolf
Pennant Print by Brittney Tabron
Catalist Video Ad by Norm
Green & Efficient Cities by Dan Matutina
Lessons by Michelle Vandy
Eco-bag by Rene Agudelo
The Building Blocks of Life by Ben Stafford
If you’re still short on inspiration on how to incorporate Greenery into your work, our best advice is simply to head outside. Pantone’s Color of the year 2017 can be found just about anywhere in nature, providing you with an endless source of inspiration next year.
What do you think of Greenery? If you’re a fan, let us know how you plan to use this year. If it’s not your favorite shade, what color do you wish had been chosen instead? Share your thoughts in the comments!