There are 3 colors in this flag. These are Royal Red (#D00070), Cadmium Violet (#8C4799) and Dark Powder Blue (#0032A0).
This color combination was created by user Schemecolor. The Hex, RGB and CMYK codes are in the table below.
Note: English language names are approximate equivalents of the hexadecimal color codes.
|Dark Powder Blue||
The Bisexual Pride flag is a tricolour with two large stripes of pink and blue sandwiching a narrower (half-size) lavender/purple stripe in the middle. It was designed by Michael Page and unveiled for the first time on 5 December 1998. According to the designer, the colors in the flag were derived from the Biangles, symbol of the bisexuality community. Pink stands for attraction to the same sex, blue is for attraction to the opposite sex while purple/lavender is for “sexual attraction to both sexes“. The flag is informally known as the Bi Pride Flag.
The exact Pantone® values given by the creator are 226 C, 258 C and 286 C for pink, purple (lavender) and blue, respectively. The hexadecimal and RGB codes mentioned in the table are based on the ones mentioned by Pantone on their web site. On these lines, the CMYK values as corresponding to the PMS numbers are (0, 100, 0, 2), (51, 84, 0, 0) and (100, 80, 0, 12).