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Could this ongoing and seemingly relentless Pantone-ify (term nabbed from ColorCubed) of consumer products possibly make the Pantone name bor-ing in the not-to-distant-future? Or, if not bor-ing, then a fate worse than that in the guise of  cliché-rism of the Pantone name?

I, for one, feel I am thinking way too hard about this so just going to enjoy these lovely Pantone Universe placemats for what they are.

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