Like it or not, pink is still seen as a feminine color but it wasn’t always that way! In
fact, all the back in 1908, an article in the Smithsonian declared that the “generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls.”
Somehwere in the 1940’s that these color associations switched and products targeted toward a feminine audience
began to use pink. But, like every other color out there, shade means
everything. According to Entrepreneur, “Hot pinks convey energy, youthfulness, fun and excitement and are recommended for less expensive or trendy products for women or girls. Dusty pinks appear sentimental. Lighter pinks are more romantic.”
Additionally, the color is calming and alleviates “feelings of anger, aggression, resentment, abandonment and neglect. So,
whether you're looking for a gloss, matte or reflective Pink sign vinyl, browse
our wide selection of great brands of sign films to get just the vinyl you're
According to the host of the show Radiolab, Robert Krulwich, pink doesn't
actually exist. He notes that pink doesn't occupy a slot in the familiar colors of the rainbow —
in other words, there's no P in Roy G. Biv. However, in an article in Scientific
American, this claim is taken to task and completely refuted. In essence, the
authors conclude that pink "is real—or it is not—but it is just as real or not-real as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet."
Finding it on a traditional color wheel is another matter altogether however.
Of course, everything depends on the shade of pink but there are a number
colors that go well with pink. Pink will sit well with colors close to it on the color wheel
(if it were actually to be found there), like reds, and purples.
For a complementary theme, you could use green with pink.
For highercontrast yellow, blue, and orange can work.
It will work with black, white, and grey, silver, and gold too. In short, pink
goes with just about everything.
Irrespective of which type of professional or commercial vinyl cutter you own, you can be sure it will cut any of the
Pink Sign vinyl we sell. Listed
below is a brief list of some of the more popular electronic cutting machines
you can use with our vinyl:
In general, standard blades can be used with most varieties of Sign vinyl
although we do recommend a 60 degree blade for reflective and glow-in-the-dark
Sign films. As always, be sure to check your down force and speed settings before
cutting any film types you have not used before to ensure optimal weeding