Standard Ink Colors for Bumper Stickers
Standard colors not shown include: White, Black, and Transparent colors. Due to variables in ink formulations, subtle color changes can occur beyond our control; therefore, perfect color matches cannot be guaranteed. Colors printed on any background other than white may appear slightly darker than shown here.
We recommend that fluorescent inks be used against black or one of our dark standard colors, as fluorescent inks will eventually fade when exposed to sunlight.
Transparent colors are usually used on white reflective material in order to let the reflective surface show through. Color matching is not available for transparent inks. We will help you design and pick popular colors.
There is a $20 charge for each color match if you decide not to use our standard colors. We can do over 3,000 PMS color.
Use Colors for a Powerful Bumper Sticker Campaign
Using at least two colors creates a more powerful impact. The second color should not be viewed as a cost, but as an investment in a powerful advertising. Always pick pleasing colors. The three most common colors are the colors of the American flag, red, white and blue. Other two color combination yard signs can also be powerful. Certain shades of red and green, or blue and yellow can make a yard sign with great impact. The color red should never be used alone, unless you pick a pleasing color red, like Crimson Red. Stop Sign Red is a very negative color. The exception to this rule is when you want a negative result. For example, a bumper sticker that says, “No New Taxes” will have its greatest impact if printed in red. Red will cause people to have a negative view of taxes. Your Bumper stickers should be in harmony with the colors on other advertising items like handouts, brochures, etc.
|Heritage Advertising, Inc.
Huntsville, AL 35805