Don't Leave It Up to Chance
Whether you're a seasoned pro, a part-time sign maker or a weekend, DIY
warrior it only makes sense to be sure all of your media match in terms of their
colors. But, if you take a quick look around, you'll see that most of the big
name vinyl brands don't give you too many options to make sure the blue paint
you used on your truck with a Pantone code of 2945C (E) can be matched to the
blue sign vinyl you want to use for your window decals. ORAFOL doesn't offer
color referencing and neither does 3M™ so what do you do? Luckily for you,
Avery Dennison® brings its decades of expertise to the scene by offering its
Super Cast 950 and High Performance 750 Series with Pantone color referencing.
So, what vinyl should you use to match the code above? Simple: Vivid Blue #670
in either SC950 or HP750 depending on your budget and durability needs.
Make a Lasting First Impression
We all know how important first impressions are but the truth is, in the
business world at least, every impression is like the first. Not only does using
Avery films with the Pantone Matching System ensure that you'll always be able
to source the same colored vinyl if your client needs more graphics but you can
even use the system to upsell or simply wow them! If your customer has an
existing paint or print scheme and someone in their creative department can give
you the Pantone code you put together a sign or display mock up that will make a
lasting impression and you can count on their repeat business.
Not Just for the Pros
Bring your crafts, labels, wall art and decals to the next level when you use
PMS color referencing for your next project. This is especially important for
interior and architectural design and graphics. And, when you use these high
quality Avery self-adhesive films you'll exceed every expectation of yourself
and, most importantly, of your customer.
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