Pantone's colour books ensure you achieve the right colours for your project, from design, right through to print production. The Pantone Matching System® (PMS) and book format was devised by Pantone founder, Lawrence Herbert, in 1963. It was used as a way of matching colours from design with the final product, regardless of the print equipment used.
The Pantone Matching System® is now used by designers and print houses all over the world, and has become the leader in colour standards. AT IPT, we provide the full Pantone product catalogue, ranking from colour books and metallic chip sets to the complete Pantone Reference library.
Whatever your Pantone product you require, we've got you covered. Our in-house Pantone experts can advise on the best colour book or formula guide to suit your needs.