Pantone Offers New Color Consistency Products

The Pantone Plastic Standard Chips Color Collection Volume 1The Pantone Plastic Standard Chips Color Collection Volume 1

CARLSTADT, N.J.-Pantone has introduced two product collections to help ensure color consistency in the product development process.

Pantone Lighting Indicator Stickers make it easy for designers and printers to ensure accurate lighting conditions. Each sticker has two light-sensitive patches that react to viewing illumination and change color under different lighting temperatures, making it easier to determine if colors are being viewed under the right lighting conditions for accurate color evaluation.

Pantone Plastic Standard Chips Color Collections include two new chip collections that offer inspiration and standardization for designing and specifying plastic products. The Pantone Plastic Standard Chips Color Collection Volume 1 contains 154 of Pantone's most sought-after colors from the Pantone Plus Series and the Pantone Fashion + Home Color Systems. The Pantone View inspiration for interiors 2013 design set includes large-format plastic chips in 73 forecasted colors from the recently announced Pantone View home + interiors 2013 forecast.

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