Color Break


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Color Break

In printing, the point or line at which one color gives way to another color. For example, in a piece of paper that is half red and half yellow, the color break is a line half-way down the page. It is also called the break for color.
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At the upcoming Hardware Show in Chicago, Rubbermaid will showcase a number of clear products that sport color breaks, including its SkyLight, FreshTop, LatchTopper, SnapTopper and MaxLatch lines.
Color breaks such as tomatoes on the vine or even avocados can help make the display visually appealing.
It means having to face a workforce in which you train harder to be better only to (too often) be seen as half as good as your counterparts--if you're even considered at all because your skin color breaks up the continuity of the corps de ballet.
Stand closer and the color breaks into mesmerizing life and texture.
Penn State's Orzolek proposes the idea of coextrusions in which the top layer or color breaks down and disappears by the end of the first planting to expose a second color underneath for a second planting.
It's always a sea of gray, and color breaks that up.
The defined geometric shapes of Mint, clear color breaks, low-profile and very few visible buttons hint at great technology under the hood while giving a sense of simplicity and ease of use.