There are 3 colors in this flag. These are Blizzard Blue (#B3DDF2), White (#FFFFFF) and Red (#FF0000).
This color combination was created by user Manish. The Hex, RGB and CMYK codes are in the table below.
Note: English language names are approximate equivalents of the hexadecimal color codes.
The flag of Chicago city has three colors in its palette – light blue, white and red. The flag is predominantly white with two horizontal light blue stripes placed a little away from the top and bottom edges. In the center are four red coloured 6-pointed star that represent important historical events. Designed by Wallace Rice in 1917, the original flag had only two stars. The light blue color is called sky blue or pale blue, but in the words of the designer it is “the color of water”.
The hexadecimal codes of the blue and red are #B3DDF2 and #FF0000 and their closest Pantone® values are 290 C and 2347 C, respectively. The corresponding RGB and CMYK codes are in the table.
Chicago which is in the state of Illinois (IL), is one of the most populous cities in the United States.