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Metallic Chips Book

SKU: GB1507A

The Pantone Graphics System presents a complete collection of 655 Metallic colours for print and packaging, including 54 new trend- and market-relevant colours, plus a new Rose Gold base ink. Pantone Metallics provide economic colour options that are easy to use, specify, and amplify for luxurious and dynamic results. Coating options are included within the chip book for a quick reference to just a few of the many ways that metallic effects can be enhanced for your projects’ needs. Pantone Colours are high quality, reliable, and available off-the-shelf anywhere you go. Use for packaging, logos, branding, signage, and marketing materials.

£298.80 ( inc. VAT )

Format

  • Single-volume, three-ring binder style desktop set
  • Includes a Paper Chip Saver for easy loose chip organisation and storage
  • Includes both Packaging and Graphics metallic spot colours as perforated, removable paper chips
  • Each page provides seven Pantone colours with six individual 1.2” x 0.8” chips per colour
  • Printed on the most commonly used 100 lb. coated paper stock weight

Colour

  • 54 new, trend and market relevant packaging colours just added, including one new Rose Gold base ink
  • Complete collection of impactful and refined metallic colours for creating noticeable designs
  • 354 high-luster, durable packaging metallic and 301 traditional metallic spot colours
  • Removable chip format has three-sided colour bleed most ideal when evaluating colour
  • Colour examples shown with gloss aqueous and specialty coatings
  • Each colour displayed with coordinating numbers
  • Colours arranged chromatically, with indexes at the center and back of book indicating numeric location

Application

  • Ideal for packaging, logos & branding, signage, marketing materials
  • Packaging Metallics are easy to coat and print without loss in luster, tarnishing, leafing or blemishing
  • Broadens and complements the traditional spot colour palette (as found in Formula Guide)
  • Use for palette development, colour communication, specification, and production
  • Replacement Chip Pages sold separately for when colours run out