CMYK is a subtractive color model, frequently used to describe the printing process, that refers to the four inks typically used in color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black.)
RGB (Red Green Blue) is an additive color model that uses different amounts of red, green and blue light to produce different colors, often used for displaying color on electronic systems.
PMS is the Pantone Matching System, a color model commonly used in manufacturing colored paint, fabrics, plastics, etc. It is the most widely used color matching system and is compatible with most printers.
Please note: some of Rowmark’s product color options do not have an exact PMS color match.