Just launched by ECAL, the Lausanne-based school of design, this “Color Library” is a database of color profiles for artists, designers and printers who are looking for a novel yet professional color management solution. These new tools can convert images for printing devices using two, three, four or five spot colors. It offers a large variety of combinations, from basic colors to metallics, neons and pastels.
“Color Library” was created within the “Workflow” research project (R&D) about printing technologies at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne. This project was led by David Keshavjee, Guy Meldem, Tatiana Rihs, Julien Tavelli (Maximage) and supported by the HES-SO (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland).