Category: Art + Design

2024’s Pantone Color Announced!

In a much-anticipated annual revelation that sets the tone for design, fashion, and creative expressions globally, Pantone has officially unveiled its Color of the Year for 2024 as Peach Fuzz.

“Peach Fuzz captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others. It’s a velvety gentle peach tone whose all-embracing spirit enriches mind, body, and soul.”

We’re excited to share a few pieces from our collection that incorporate this year’s color, which manages to be feel both friendly and sophisticated.


Vibrant Illumination

Takefumi Hori, Gold and Color No. 136, Mixed Media on Canvas, 24.5 x 24.5″ Framed

Sophisticated but welcoming, this peach tone adds another touch of warmth to Hori’s beautifully layered work.

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A Serene Palette

David Skillicorn, Botanica 15-2, Mixed Media on Canvas, 49.5 x 73.5″ Framed


You can feel the gentle airiness of Peach Fuzz when juxtaposed with darker tones in Skillicorn’s lively abstract floral painting.

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Peach & Blues Harmony

Jeff Erickson, On the Water XIX Morning Sail, Oil on Wax on Panel, 26 x 26″ Framed


Peach Fuzz was chosen for its ability to inspire moments of peace, reflection, and creativity — perhaps a quiet moment “On the Water.”

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Capturing Light

Amy Donaldson, Shades of Light, Oil on Canvas, 62 x 62″ Framed


Somewhere between pink and orange, the hue is sensitive and poetic but also makes a strong impact, much like Donaldson’s striking piece Shades of Light.

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Peachy Coral Fusion

Christopher Peter, Flowing Cameo XII, Mixed Media on Panel, 26 x 26″ Framed


Peach Fuzz is “centered in the human experience of enriching and nurturing the mind, body, and soul.” You can see this idea reflected in Peter’s serene figure containing hints of peach swirled with warm, earthy tones and textures.

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A Soft Glow of Color

Tom Chambers, Late for Dinner, Photograph on Aluminum, 50 x 50″ Framed

Chambers’ atmospheric photomontage highlights the airiness and romance of Peach Fuzz. The little girl running to dinner may be seen as a symbol of hope and togetherness in a time when “our need for nurturing, empathy and compassion grows ever stronger as does our imaginings of a more peaceful future.”

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