Ultra Violet is Pantone’s color of the year, for its spiritual and mystic qualities. So, revamp your label, or create promotional labels, with an on-trend color to excite customers. Whether you use the color with eye-popping juxtaposition, in a line of intense hues, or on its own, it is bound to make a statement. It also works with many innovative labeling techniques.
NRG Roots Label Designed By Tanya Farba
This series of fertilizers uses the minimal design to show customers which bottle is for getting started, rapid growth, and blooms. The Ultra Violet and green combination are on polarizing ends of the color wheel. It makes the design pop against the white bottle. Enhancing the purple with foiling, such as MiraFoil, is a way to further enhance the vibrancy.
Peru Viana Beer Label Designed By Carolina Blomberg
This beer label design represents the rich, flavourful food of Peru. The vibrant colors, such as the purple, compliment each other in intensity. So, when viewing the product on-shelf, they all stand out from each other while also blending in as a product line. Enhance the fine lines on this label with embossing and foiling also.
Sea Beer Labels – Ultra Violet Seahorse Label – Designed By Michał Firkowski
Firkowski uses bold color, modern font, and sea creatures to stand out from standard beer labels. This design pushes Ultra Violet to the forefront and contrasts the dark purple hue with white borders and font. It also uses a monochrome scheme to add definition, while making the color pop.
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