Pace Picante

This Pace Picante label is a prime example of how color breaks and image detail should be included in a computer file for reference when you're faced with tracking a large number of files.

Sadly, this attention to detail seems to be fading from use in the hustle and bustle of today's hurry up Graphics world. I suppose large companies still need to keep their files organized, but in some production shops it used to be the "norm" for file management.

At one time, during my Pace days, I counted 80 different files that I was working on at the same time.

Not every designer I knew appreciated the amount of technical know-how that went into producing files like these, but the work was satisfying.


© 2006 Graphically Speaking


Key Features

Flexographic printing.

Design elements and colors called out for the printer's reference.