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Kelly-Moore Purple Wave / KM3079-3 / #7179b9 Hex Color Code

#7179b9 Paint ChipThe hexadecimal color code #7179b9 is a shade of blue. In the RGB color model #7179b9 is comprised of 44.31% red, 47.45% green and 72.55% blue. In the HSL color space #7179b9 has a hue of 233° (degrees), 34% saturation and 58% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 468.09 nm.

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Download: GIMP GPL Adobe ASE (Adobe Swatch Exchange) Sketch Palette

#7179b9 linear gradient to complementary #b1b971

  1. #7179b9
  2. #8083ae
  3. #8d8ea3
  4. #989897
  5. #a1a38b
  6. #a9ae7e
  7. #b1b971

Monochromatic Colors

  1. #5962a0
  2. #616aa8
  3. #6971b1
  4. #7179b9
  5. #7981c1
  6. #8189ca
  7. #8a91d3

Tones

  1. #7179b9
  2. #787eb3
  3. #7f82ad
  4. #8587a7
  5. #8b8ba1
  6. #90909b
  7. #959595

Tints and Shades

#7179b9 to white

  1. #7179b9
  2. #898ec5
  3. #a1a3d0
  4. #b9badc
  5. #d0d0e8
  6. #e7e7f3
  7. #ffffff

#7179b9 to black

  1. #7179b9
  2. #5e6497
  3. #4b5077
  4. #3a3c59
  5. #282a3c
  6. #181821
  7. #000000

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#7179b9 HTML / CSS Code Examples

#7179b9 foreground

To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.

Kurt Vonnegut
<p style="color: #7179b9">…</p>

#7179b9 background

I paint for myself. I don't know how to do anything else, anyway. Also I have to earn my living, and occupy myself.

Francis Bacon
<p style="background-color: #7179b9">…</p>

#7179b9 shadow

There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who, thanks to their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun.

Pablo Picasso
<p style="text-shadow: 0.1em 0.1em 0.15em #7179b9">…</p>

Color Charts

Color Space Conversions

Decimal
7436729
Binary
01110001, 01111001, 10111001
Hexadecimal
#7179b9
LRV
≈ 20.7%
Closest short hex
#77b ΔE = 1.913
RGB
rgb(113, 121, 185)
RGBA
rgba(113, 121, 185, 1.0)
rg chromaticity
r: 0.270, g: 0.289, b: 0.442
RYB
red: 0.443%, yellow: 0.471%, blue: 0.725%
Android / android.graphics.Color
-9340487 / 0xff7179b9
HSL
hsl(233, 34%, 58%)
HSLA
hsla(233, 34%, 58%, 1.0)
HSV / HSB
hue: 233° (233.333), saturation: 39% (0.389), value: 73% (0.725)
HSP
hue: 233.333, saturation: 38.919%, perceived brightness: 50.088%
HSLuv (HUSL)
H: 262.336, S: 46.100, L: 52.606
Cubehelix
H: -128.659, S: 0.477, L: 0.493
TSL
T: -2.677, S: 0.104, L: 0.494
CMYK
cyan: 39% (0.389), magenta: 35% (0.346), yellow: 0% (0.000), key: 27% (0.275)
CMY
cyan: 56% (0.557), magenta: 53% (0.525), yellow: 27% (0.275)
XYZ
X: 22.402, Y: 20.687, Z: 48.702
xyY
x: 0.244, y: 0.225, Y: 20.687
CIELab
L: 52.606, a: 13.139, b: -34.668
CIELuv
L: 52.606, u: -7.316, v: -54.362
CIELCH / LCHab
L: 52.606, C: 37.074, H: 290.757
CIELUV / LCHuv
L: 52.606, C: 54.852, H: 262.336
Hunter-Lab
L: 45.483, a: 8.321, b: -31.648
CIECAM02
J: 41.904, C: 40.527, h: 270.212, Q: 127.537, M: 35.440, s: 52.714, H: 316.542
OSA-UCS
lightness: -10.305, jaune: -6.155, green: -0.064
LMS
L: 17.394, M: 19.652, S: 48.242
YCbCr
Y: 124.155, Cb: 157.280, Cr: 119.944
YCgCo
Y: 135.000, Cg: -14.000, Co: 10.250
YDbDr
Y: 125.904, Db: 88.912, Dr: 24.552
YPbPr
Y: 123.904, Pb: 32.920, Pr: -6.944
xvYCC
Y: 122.412, Cb: 156.918, Cr: 121.900
YIQ
Y: 125.904, I: -25.327, Q: 18.221
YUV
Y: 125.904, U: 29.082, V: -11.321
Munsell Color System
10PB 5/10 ΔE = 2.447
Brand Color
Heroku (dark) ΔE = 6.859

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