Pantone Process Colour (CMYK)
Understanding the difference between Process Colour Printing and Solid Colour Printing (also known as Spot) is incredibly important in setting color expectations from design intention to production and when transitioning from a computer screen to the printing press.
Process Colour Printing is a method of printing colors using Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK).
Solid color printing, also known as Spot or offset, uses ink mixed to a precise formulation, resulting in more precise colors and allowing for bold, vibrant colors.
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Pantone CMYK Guide | Coated & UncoatedPantone Process Colour (CMYK) €148.00 Plus VAT
The Pantone CMYK Guide | Coated & Uncoated illustrates 2,868 CMYK process colors and their corresponding values. These colors are unique to the Pantone graphics system and cannot be matched to Pantone spot colors. Use this guide when printing in four-color process.
Pantone Color Bridge Guide Set | Coated & UncoatedPantone Process Colour (CMYK) €332.00 Plus VAT
The Pantone Color Bridge Guide | Coated & Uncoated is a 2 book guide set illustrating how Pantone Spot colors can reproduce in CMYK on coated and uncoated stock, for confident color management across platforms.