Aniva is a highly pigmented printing ink made by Epple, which achieves significantly higher colourfulness in CMYK mode than regular printing inks. They can be processed identically to regular printing inks, but they are much more colourful and lively than regular inks, so they have a noticeably wider colour range.
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