Formula Guide | Coated & Uncoated Visualize and communicate color for graphics and print
294 new trend colors added!
Provides more direct matches between Pantone’s Graphics and Fashion, Home + Interiors Systems for enhanced color consistency across a variety of materials. The color reference used around the world for inspiration, specification, and accuracy in print and digital design. With this valuable tool, designers can quickly select, communicate, and compare colors for logo designs, packaging, and signage. The guide also provides color formulations for properly mixing all Pantone Spot color inks.
Displays all 2,161 market-driven spot colors on coated and uncoated stock
Use from design inspiration to press check
Two compact fan decks for easy viewing and portability
Pantone Spot colors are available in most digital design programs
Handheld decks provide on-the-go references
Printed on the most commonly used paper stock weights (100 lb coated and 80 lb uncoated)
Lighting Indicator page demonstrates when lighting conditions are suitable for color evaluation
294 new, trend- and market-relevant graphics colors just added
Includes 2,161 total Spot Colors – the largest color gamut in the Pantone Graphics system
Colors arranged in chromatic format, with new color pages marked at top corners and integrated throughout the guide
Colors available for specification in most digital design software
Enhanced printing process for improved color accuracy
Each color displayed with its corresponding number and ink formulation
Index in the back of the guides provides the numeric location for each color
Tolerance aim <2dE to our master standard data
Use for the design of logos and branding, marketing materials, packaging, and other graphics applications
Ink formulations help printers accurately achieve Pantone Spot colors on printed materials
Used around the globe for communicating consistent color throughout workflow and supply chain
Bring Color to Life, Digitally
Learn how Pantone® Connect for Adobe Creative Cloud allows you to take your physical Pantone colors into your digital workflow through Adobe® Creative Cloud (InDesign®, Photoshop®, and Illustrator®).