Pantone Color Guide TPG 2020 Edition
The New TPG Color Guide updated from FHIP100A [older Edition] is now released with 315 new colors of Fashion + Home + Interiors. The TPG Colors are more eco-friendly than the previous Pantone TPX Color Guide version.
What does Pantone TPG stand for? - > Textile Paper 'GREEN'
The Pantone Colour Guide is used for color matching and the first print is available for true colors and complete accuracy. All Colors are printed on paper and each page has 7 Colours of size width 4.2cm and length 2cm. Each strip in the Pantone Color Guide Fan is of total length 23.2cm. The index and color numbers of the previous edition have not changed. Only new colors have been added. The Guide is in a Fan format which can be opened and displayed easily. However, care must be taken to not use oily handy to prevent fading of colors. Pantone TPG is a subcategory of the Pantone Fashion, Home & Interiors, wherein TPG stands for Textile Paper - Green. This subcategory falls in the FHIP category of Pantone Fashion Home Interiors Color Guide. This subcategory offers colors for both, paper as well as fabric. The ‘Green’ in TPG denotes the latest change in the FHIP line, wherein the lead and chromium content of the TPX products have been removed to create a safe and environment-friendly product. The Pantone Color Guide is offered in a portable fan deck. Designed in a two-volume set for ease of use, each of the volumes comprises of 7 colors per page. Each color is showcased via 1.6” x 0.8” paper chips formulated using lacquer stripe coating. The latest edition of this Pantone Colour Guide comprises of 315 new colors based on the current market trends.
- Including a total of 2,625 colors, the colors in Pantone color TPG Guide are arranged in a chromatic format making it extremely easy to use. Each of the colors in this book is referenced using a corresponding name and number.
- This Pantone Guide for Textile is ideally designed to be used in textiles and apparels, fashion accessories, cosmetics, leather goods as well as ceramics.
- Inspired by nature, the Pantone FHIP110A is in line with the Pantone’s trends 2020 and comprises of colors which are bright and vivid exuding a sense of unmatched exuberance.
- Pantone Color Guide is widely used in Textile and Home / Interiors. Buy the Pantone Colour Guide now and get a special cover for the protection of the Pantone TPG Colour guide from dust and oil.
All Colors are numerically referenced and arranged according to the index so that finding any color becomes easy. The formula for all colors is provided in the Pantone Color manager provided with the Pantone Fashion Home Colour guide. There will be 2 guides in the box. If these colors are needed in Fabric / Cotton then TCX products have to be purchased. The Latest Pantone TPG Guide has the code FHIP110A and you may buy it now. The Pantone Textile color guide has helped designers in several fields and not just for Fashion & Home. The Pantone Color Guide is fan-shaped and is a reference guide for designers. However, if manufacturers wish to share colors in their manufacturing units with the merchandisers, they should opt for the Pantone TPG Color Specifier & Guide Set which has the Pantone TPG Chips book from which Pantone TPG Colors can be removed and shared with different people. You must buy Pantone Color guides from its Authorised distributor - Design Info only. Buy Pantone Colour Guide and get a FREE Cover with the guide set.
Pantone TPG Colour Guide (Textiles & Fashion)
This eco-friendly Pantone paper guide is created without lead and chromium making it the greener option. Being under the FHI category, the Pantone TPG colour guide gives designers the inspiration that they need. The medium and the method of the colour swatches created plays an important role in acquiring the accurate shade of the desired colours. Since the Pantone FHI colour shade cards also have subcategories which include TPG, it is meant for only specific surfaces to reproduce the same colour has seen within the shade charts. The paper used by the TPG swatches is created by adding lacquer to a coated stock paper. The absorption ability of the stock paper makes it the ideal choice for this Pantone colour guide TPG, that can be used on surfaces that have the similar properties of absorption. The colours displayed within TPG is similar to the other Pantone textile guides but ae meant to be used on surfaces that need a coating of colour rather than soft materials that will take in the shade. Being a Pantone FHI subcategory, the TPG colours can be applicable hard surfaces in the home furnishing department, paint and chemicals. Predominantly seen in hard home furnishing items, the TPG colours can be used on surfaces within the fashion industry as well. The cosmetic industry that requires hard casings for its products use the TPG colours on those surfaces and receive the exact colour that is seen within the TPG shade cards. In the leather industry as well, these shades are utilised to coat the surface with the required colours. From fashion accessories like necklaces to buckles on a bag, ceramic plate coatings to the coating of a table, TPG has the ideal shades that can be used to coat these surfaces.
Pantone FHI Colour shade cards, a gateway to innovation
The Pantone textile shade cards that are produced included newly created shades that can be used within the industry. The FHI category sees a maximum of changes and developments within this genre and is extremely volatile in terms of trends and fads. Pantone FHI category needs to be on top of the consumer behaviour, the current influential trends and contemporary fads to create new colours that can be incorporated by designers. Since fashion, home and interiors are an important part of a person’s daily life and is a reflection of personal style, Pantone has to create new shades to appeal to the global textile consumers. With the latest trends and contemporary notions affecting the buyer's choice, Pantone TPG colour guide includes new shades that are in sync with the current fads. With 315 new colours found within this TPG shade card, the designers can innovate designs with the help of new colours that will be appreciated by the customers. It is the need of the hour for FHI shade cards to be relevant and includes trending shades to be acknowledged and be noticed within the cascade of options that are available globally. The Pantone TPG colour guide allows the designers to bring versatility and innovations to the surface.