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Brief Published: 7 Apr 2011

Crayola Goes Digital With Hex Values


Crayola’s 133-colour standard palette has moved into the digital world as each colour is assigned its own hex value.

Used to code colour in web design, the six-digit hex values act as Pantone codes for the digital world. The complete list was transcribed from Crayola’s Custom Box Creator – an area of its webstore that allows visitors to order a unique four-colour palette selected from the complete range. For a full list of values, visit the brand’s Wikipedia entry.