Pantone Tarts by Emilie Griottes

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26 year old French Emilie Griottes created a series of Pantone color palette inspired tarts in accordance to the numbered colors such as cake berry red, yellow banana and cucumber green. These beautifully made creations are baked, cooked, arranged and photographed for magazines and other print media outlets, the result is deliciously delicate and super pleasant to the eye.

 

 

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