PANTONE has coated its best-selling colour guide in CLASSIC BLUE, the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2020. This Limited Edition coated and uncoated set features a beautiful soft-touch cover in 19-4052 Classic Blue, a timeless and enduring blue hue elegant in its simplicity. Inside, you’ll find a full page of Classic Blue, more about why this colour was selected the color for 2020, and a complete history of the past Colors of the Year.
The Pantone formula guide gives you access to the widest range of spot colours for use in colour referencing, graphic design and many more applications. Pantone is the colour referencing system used across the world for both digital and printed work helping designers compare and communicate colours with ease. With both a coated and uncoated fan guide, this set allows you to see how coatings affect colours in printed products.
This Pantone set consists of 2 handheld fan decks to provide on-the-go colour references and easy access to multiple colours at one time. Each colour is printed on the most commonly used paper weights to give a more accurate idea of printed colour. The back of each fan guide features a Lighting Indicator page, indicating whether the lighting conditions are optimal for true colour referencing.
With an addition of 294 brand new trend and market relevant graphic colours, this Pantone guide contains a huge 2,161 spot colours making it the largest colour gamut in the entire Pantone Graphics system.
Colours are arranged through the guide in a chromatic format to make finding specific colours easy and intuitive. Each spot colour is accompanied by specifications for use in digital design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite, allowing you to transfer colours exactly into digital creative programmes.
When working in print, the formula guides are created with enhanced printing processes to deliver improved colour accuracy for referencing. When referencing the guide with printers, each colour has its own number and ink formulation to allow for global referencing, even for printers without the guide to hand.
Use Pantone’s formula guide for the design of logos, branding marketing materials, printed packaging and a vast range of other graphic applications. Formula guides are perfect for working between digital and printed work, ensuring that colour consistency is held between yourself and printers. Used globally, the Pantone system is recognised and referenced all over the globe.
- Brand: Pantone
- Formula Guide
- Coated & Uncoated Fan Guides
- 294 New Colours
- 2,161 Total Spot Colours
- Lighting Indicator Page
- Colour Codes For Digital Software
- Ideal For Designers And Printers
- Global Colour System