Pantone Colours

Pantone Colours

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The Pantone system also allows for many ‘special’ colours to be produced such as metallics and fluorescents. While most of the Pantone system colours are beyond the printed CMYK gamut, it was only in 2001 that Pantone began providing translations of their existing system with screen-based colours. (Screen-based colours use the RGB—red, green, blue—system to create various colours.)
Pantone colours are described by their allocated number (typically referred to as, for example, ‘PMS 130’). PMS colors are almost always used in branding and have even found their way into government legislation (to describe the colors of flags).


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