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Printing dayglo spot colors?
Here's a link to the picture in question:
(it's more of an out-an-out abstract art piece than photo art, I know).
Dayglow inks require a spot color for 4 color process printing.
I'm assuming that you don't want just one or two prints, because this 5 color printing is expensive even for 5000 copies.
BTW.. I sell bumper stickers and these are printed with "neon" or dayglow inks. The dayglow colors fade extremely fast!! Not recommended for longevity.
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