Spot Colours are picked using the PMS (Pantone Matching System). Compared to CMYK, Spot Colour blends inks during the print process and then transfers solid fields of the pre-mixed ink directly onto the page. Colours are reliably consistent from print run to print run due to this process. Spot Colour can only typically be used for print pieces with 1 – 3 colours only. Read more about the distinction between RGB, Spot Colour and CMYK in our blog titled: rgb,cmyk and spot colours.