The computers display design artwork solely through their computer screens (“Monitors”). Monitors may be configured to display images and colors in a variety of ways, both through the use of hardware setup and software setup. There are many possible settings for monitors and there is no true uniform standard to which all monitors conform. What may look one way on one monitor, will look different on another.
Further, computer monitors display images with light and use a standard known as RGB to do so. Vancke produces products in a variety of ways (CMYK, PMS, and others) that do not use light.
As such, you agree that Vancke does not guarantee that the colors that appear on the screen will look exactly the same as the colors that appear on the purchased product. Vancke works hard to make the colors on the screen match as closely as possible with the printed colors, however, the differences in monitors and the differences between light and pigment make it impossible to guarantee matching colors for all users.