Clerical Error Names “Catastrophic Cantaloupe” Paint Color of the Year

Posted by Adam Zobel | Mon, Dec 18, 2017

 Clerical Error Names “Catastrophic Cantaloupe” Paint Color of the Year
While the world was antic­i­pat­ing that either San­guine Sage or Trop­i­cal Nir­vana would take the stage as Col­or of the Year, a cler­i­cal error shoved Cat­a­stroph­ic Can­taloupe into the lime­light. The major paint man­u­fac­tur­er behind the error decid­ed to run with it, hop­ing for the best. Sur­pris­ing­ly, the feed­back has been positive.  It’s just so risky! When they announced Cat­a­stroph­ic Can­taloupe we all near­ly dropped our lattes. But now we can’t get enough of it.” -Marc Dek­lin, Senior Colorist  I didn’t think any­thing so bright and orange would ever work in my home office. I mean, are the chron­ic migraines ide­al? No, but what do I know? It’s trendy, right? It’s got­ta be good!” -Mar­ty Evans, Homeowner I just loved the descrip­tion: Bold, unapolo­getic, zesty… Cat­a­stroph­ic Can­taloupe height­ens our sens­es, increas­es our aware­ness, and plunges us head­first into a mar­malade world of sticky whim­sy and untapped poten­tial.’ I mean, that’s art! I don’t know what it means, but I just knew I need­ed it in my life.” -Wan­da Moore, Lit­tle Heights, OK I used it in my bath­room, and now I don’t even need to use the over­head light! Every­thing just glows like a radioac­tive sweet pota­to. I LOVE IT!” -Rober­ta G, Arkansas Note: The cre­ators of Cat­a­stroph­ic Can­taloupe rec­om­mend pair­ing it with Melan­choly Mel­on as an accent color.

About Adam Zobel

Adam came to us with a background in teaching, writing, and a work history that included serving numerous small businesses (including assisting with content writing and marketing efforts). He was a natural fit, and enjoys connecting with our clients, creating unique content that reflects their culture and voice. We keep him busy! Adam handles blogging, email campaigns, website content creation, copywriting for print and promotional materials, social media, letters, mailers, and more. He also does a dynamo impression of Nicolas Cage, but you didn’t hear that from us. Adam lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two boys. He is also a 1st cousin of David’s wife!


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