Does anybody do color separations the old fashioned way with four or more plates, and therefore, four or more separate color proofs? I haven’t seen color “progs” in ages, until the other day in Rome, under my nose, there were these.
From a printer dedicated to producing labels, here is a lovely art moderne sample of color proof printings. For those who may not remember, separating color was not a couple of clicks on the computer. It involved shooting four or more negs. Or it required making four or more overlays or frisket masks for each non-process color needed.
Print’s Color Issue is Now Available!
This stunning issue of Print dives deep into color theories and psychology, including “Seeing Red,” by Steven Heller, which will give you insights as to why red is the most powerful color.