‘Stone tones’ discovered deep in the earth’s mantle
Milky blue-gray, with a touch of ultramarine, taking cues from the popular healing stone.
Pale lemon-yellow referencing the rare yellow quartz named after the citron fruit.
Deep wine-red inspired by the almandine gemstone, a ferrous variety of garnet known for its depth of color.
Delicate rose-pink with a cloudy translucence, emulating quartz’s vitreous luster.
Light, flaxen gray, with a hint of warmth, reminiscent of the carbonate sedimentary rock.
At turns vivid green and blackish green, remixing one of the oldest pigments known to humankind.
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