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“I also have found having a pantone matching system book (pms book for the trade printing people) to be by my side helps in that creative flow.”
“Peter Earl McCollough for The Wall Street Journal Ms. Weil mixes rubber base ink to create a pantone correct color in preparation of a letterpress run.”
“They chose it carefully, perhaps in honor of a favorite aunt or a deceased Olympic medalist, a pantone color or a mechanical part of a firearm, and you've used it to market yourself aggressively on playgrounds ever since.”
“Does anyone happen to know of the correct pantone colors for the blue and the red in the flag?”
“The my Pantone iPhone App saves you from having to clear an entire shelf for your pantone books, while letting you create, save and share your colour palettes ...”
“The pantone color of my skin is really irrelevant and what is the proper pantone number to denote whiteness?”
“(Be aware, you will eventually desire your own pantone guide.)”
“You can specify these in your illustrator file by opening the pantone swatch library.”
“The bloke's skin was a bluey-grey colour that would have had any competent physician diving for the intubation kit, and which, by what Parlabane sincerely hoped was coincidence, matched the walls of the cell to within a pantone.”
“The group, which has been locked in a legal battle with its rival for three years, was granted a trademark for the tint - pantone 2865c - to be used on certain chocolate goods such as Dairy Milk in 2008.”
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