Light Rust Brown
Light Tomato Red
Light Lemon Yellow
Light Kelly Green
Bright Jade Green
Dark Emerald Green
Light European Blue
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You may notice a number followed by "C" or "U" in some of the color swatches above. These indicate that the colors of those vinyls have been matched to the PANTONE® Matching System, a standardized color system often used in the printing industry. This helps you be more confident that the color you buy will be the color you really want.
FELLERS offers the industry standard PANTONE® Plus Series Color Conversion Guides as a separate purchase.
The new Plus Series Color Bridge provides process color simulations of all solid Pantone colors, including the 224 new solid colors, in a convenient side-by-side format on coated stock.
This guide is best used when it's imperative that your digital prints match the colors your client specifies.
Color Formula Guide
Updated versions of the PANTONE Matching System. Includes all of the current PANTONE Matching System colors, plus 336 new, market proven hues. Set of two guides, coated and uncoated, plus a supplement containing the new colors on coated and uncoated stock.
This guide is best used when it's imperative colors on coated or uncoated media match the colors your client specifies.
Both guides are essential for accurate color reproduction and would be utilized in ANY sign shop.
"Many customers "double strike" their translucent material to help the image from becoming "washed out" when the material is lit. On light boxes with very bright bulbs (typically when the box is very high off the ground) you can print the image on clear vinyl, and apply the same image directly on top of it, printed on white translucent, for the greatest "pop" from the colors. If you are using a clear substrate, and getting "hot spots" of light, try adding diffuser film to the back of the substrate. It will help even out the light diffusion and give you a more even tone."