All the news on colour and market trends
Mankiewicz has released its colours of the year selection for the year 2024.
The breezy and tranquil Upward was selected as colour of the year 2024 by Sherwin-Williams Coil Coatings to bring a clean slate a sense of possibility to any setting.
Sherwin-Williams launched its Vision 2030 Collection of powder coatings focused on quality products designed for the architectural market.
BASF published its ON VOLUDE colour trends collection developed by leveraging non-human intelligence to support the future of the automotive industry.
The latest colour trend report RAL COLOUR FEELING 2025+ will contain 15 tones which are highly relevant for architectural and industrial applications.
The fifth annual report of Sherwin-Williams examines the trends shaping the future of industrial colour design.
The pastel pink Sweet Embrace™ of AkzoNobel is the 2024 trend for both architectural and industrial applications.
The honey beige neutral tone Limitless has been identified by the colour experts of PPG as the next trend for both architectural and industrial applications.
The new Interpon Futura Collection from AkzoNobel Powder Coatings reveals 54 new distinct colours marrying beauty, science and sustainability.
Launched at European Coatings Show, “Plan B for Planet A” from Heubach will guide the automotive colour styling to 2027.
The ICONICA collection from Axalta retains a focus on product performance and aesthetics, with a renewed emphasis on sustainability.
The second edition of IMCD Building Tomorrow trends report provides new insights on the future of the coatings and construction industry.
BASF reports that chromatic colours are gaining market share, although white and black are still the preferred coatings colours for the automotive sector.
The 2022 Global Automotive Color Popularity Report, which marks the 70th year of publication, shows that neutral colours continue to remain popular.
The bold and electrifying colour developed by Axalta showcases the vibrant energy of today.