RGB and CMYK are two distinct color models used in different industries. RGB (Red, Green, Blue) is commonly used in digital devices such as computers, smartphones, and televisions, and creates colors by mixing different intensities of red, green, and blue light. The RGB color model has a wider gamut (range of colors) than CMYK. CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key) is used in the printing industry and works by blending different amounts of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks. The CMYK color model has a more limited gamut compared to RGB, but it is still capable of producing a variety of colors. When printing images or text, it is important to convert RGB to CMYK. However, this conversion process can sometimes lead to color shifts and it is crucial to understand the limitations of the CMYK color model. By considering both RGB and CMYK, designers and printers can ensure the best possible color representation in both digital and print media.

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Enrico Olivares Santos

The company was founded in 1997 by Enrico Olivares Santos who named the company after the members of his family. 

VJ7 Printing and Packaging Inc. started as a humble backyard operation with only one artist and a handful of offset press operators. Its first iteration catered only to the Our Lady of Fatima University and the Fatima University Medical Center. It grew into a full-fledged registered corporation in 2016.

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