PANTONE Releases Large ‘TPG Sheets’ To Help Designers Pick The Right Shade
PANTONE has released ‘TPG Sheets’ to help interior designers find the right shade for their creations hassle-free.
Aims to improve larger design workflows or presentations, these new, bigger sheets make it easier for you to compare various shades and allow you to wrap the swatches around products to have a better idea of how the final product will look like.
These sheets are printed on an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of lacquer coated paper with dotted lines on its back which helps you to scale down to 1″ x 1″ grids. These ‘TPG Sheets’ are retailing for US$15 in over 2,000 colors.
Adrián Fernández, Vice President and General Manager of Pantone said in a press release that ‘TPG Sheets’ are created with putting designers’ needs in mind.
“Designers, particularly those working on product, fashion accessories, beauty and other hard and soft home furnishings, rely on the FHI Color Guide and Color Specifier set to define and communicate color, but were previously lacking the versatility of larger formats of the ‘TPG’ colors.”
“‘TPG Sheets’ serve as a complementary extension of the FHI system and enable designers and production teams to effectively specify, communicate, and evaluate color throughout the dynamic product development workflow,” he continued.
[via Creative Bloq, images via PANTONE]