Archroma launches portable version colour atlas

Archroma launches portable version of colour atlas

7:00 AM, 21st February 2017
Archroma portablecolour atlas
Archroma adds to colour atlas with new portable 2-volume set.

REINACH, SWITZERLAND: Archroma has launched a portable version of its popular Colour Atlas system. The atlas is a colour library created to easily bring colour creativity and manageability to an entirely new level for stylists, designers, brands, retailers with over 4300 readily available new shades.

The new compact colour atlas includes the same 4,320 colour swatches as the original but is condensed from six to two slim volumes for increased mobility. Selling for a fraction of the price, the compact edition is also a first entry option for smaller brands and up-and-coming designers willing to access a best-in-class colour management tool. It’s also a great additional option for companies who might like to expand Archroma’s tools within their organisation.

The compact edition includes 2.5 x 2.5 cm (1” x 1”) single-layer colour swatches, while lighter colours are represented with two-layer swatches in order to more faithfully present a hue’s true appearance. This edition’s swatches are securely attached to the page, as opposed to the full edition’s removable swatch interface.

“Whether a designer is travelling around the world on an inspirational journey, or just across town to a corporate office, the compact colour atlas offers portability and flexibility, complementing the full-colour atlas’s capabilities. This is also a great introduction to the program for young brands and design talent,” said Chris Hipps, Archroma colour management’s director of global operations.

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