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Blue green

Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#0d98ba
RGB:
13, 152, 186
CMYK:
93, 18, 0, 27
HSL:
191.8°, 86.9%, 39%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Bondi Blue
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 632
in RAL Classic:
RAL 5012
in RAL Design:
RAL 210 60 40
in RAL Effect:
RAL 660-1
in NCS:
NCS S 1555-B10G
What color is Blue green? What are the examples of Blue green color in everyday life?
2023-05-31 Snargl 4 minutes 10 seconds
# General # Fashion # Imagination # Design

What color is Blue green?

Woman in a blue outfit posing for a picture in a cityscape background
Blue fish with a white background and a blue frame around it's eyes and mouth
Man in a space suit standing in a city with a futuristic helmet on his head
Painting of a city with mountains in the background and a full moon in the sky above it
Rock with a blue face on it on a rock surface with a crack in it and a rock
Woman with blue makeup and horns on her head and a blue glow on her body
Plate with a piece of food on it and a fork and knife on the side of the plate
Woman in a blue top and a ponytail with a ponytail in her hair
Woman with blue makeup and a blue dress with flowers on her head and a white dress
Kitchen with blue cabinets and a stove top oven and a potted plant on the counter top of the counter

Blue green is a color that is between blue and green on the color wheel.

It belongs to the cyan family of colors, which are cool and soothing.

Blue green can have different shades and tones, depending on how much white or black is added to it.

Some examples of blue green colors are turquoise, cerulean, aqua, and teal.

Blue green is a tertiary color, which means it is made by mixing two secondary colors.

Secondary colors are made by mixing two primary colors.

Primary colors are red, yellow, and blue.

They are called primary because they cannot be created by mixing other colors.

Secondary colors are green, orange, and purple.

They are created by mixing two primary colors: green is made by mixing yellow and blue, orange is made by mixing red and yellow, and purple is made by mixing red and blue.

To make blue green, you need to mix blue and green, which are both secondary colors.

You can use different types of blue and green to create different shades of blue green.

For example, if you use a light blue and a light green, you will get a light blue green, such as aqua.

If you use a dark blue and a dark green, you will get a dark blue green, such as teal.

You can also adjust the ratio of blue and green to make the color more blue or more green.

For example, if you use more blue than green, you will get a blue green that is closer to blue, such as cerulean.

If you use more green than blue, you will get a blue green that is closer to green, such as turquoise.

Blue green is a color that can have different meanings and associations in art and design.

It is often used to represent nature, water, freshness, calmness, harmony, and creativity.

It can also evoke feelings of peace, tranquility, relaxation, and healing.

However, blue green can also have negative connotations, such as coldness, detachment, envy, and jealousy.

The meaning and mood of blue green can depend on the context, the shade, and the colors that are combined with it.

Blue green is a color that can be created by mixing blue and green, two secondary colors.

It can have different shades and tones, depending on the amount of white or black added to it.

It can also have different meanings and associations, depending on the context and the colors that are paired with it.

Blue green is a color that is between blue and green on the color wheel, and it belongs to the cyan family of colors.

Example of the palette with the Blue green color

Picture with primary colors of Black, Blue green, Isabelline, Saint Patrick Blue and Maya blue
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 8505-R20B
NCS S 2060-R90B
NCS S 1002-G50Y
NCS S 4550-R70B
NCS S 1040-R90B
RAL Classic
RAL 9005
RAL 5012
RAL 9010
RAL 5002
RAL 6027
RAL Design
RAL 170 20 25
RAL 210 60 40
RAL 010 92 05
RAL 270 20 29
RAL 240 70 30
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What are the examples of Blue green color in everyday life?

Woman with spiked hair and a purple dress smiling at the camera with spiked hair and a smile on her face. Color CMYK 93,18,0,27.
Long hallway with a purple light at the end of it. Color RGB 13,152,186.
Purple robot standing in a snowy landscape with a sky background. Color Blue green.
Futuristic city with a lot of tall buildings and a purple sky background. Example of RGB 13,152,186 color.
Woman with red hair wearing a purple hoodie in a subway station with a train on the tracks. Color RGB 13,152,186.
Blue-green is a color that is between green and blue on the color wheel.
It belongs to the cyan family of colors and can have different shades and tones.

Some examples of blue-green color in everyday life are:
  • The color of the sea or ocean in sunny days.
    The water reflects the blue sky and also has some green algae or plants in it, creating a blue-green hue.
    The color can vary depending on the depth, clarity, and location of the water.
    For example, the Caribbean Sea is known for its turquoise color, which is a light tone of blue-green.

  • The color of some gemstones or jewelry.
    Some minerals, such as turquoise, aquamarine, and chrysocolla, have a natural blue-green color that is often used for making ornaments or accessories.
    Turquoise is a semi-precious stone that has been used since ancient times for its beauty and symbolism.
    It is said to be named for the color of the water at Bondi Beach, in Sydney, Australia.

  • The color of some plants or flowers.
    Some plants have blue-green leaves or stems, such as eucalyptus, blue spruce, and blue fescue.
    Some flowers have blue-green petals or sepals, such as hydrangea, iris, and orchid.
    Blue-green plants and flowers can add a fresh and cool touch to any garden or bouquet.

  • The color of some paints or walls.
    Blue-green is a popular choice for painting walls or furniture, as it can create a calm and relaxing atmosphere.
    It can also evoke a sense of nature, water, or sky.
    Some paint brands have different names and shades of blue-green, such as Fresh Tone, Acapulco Cliffs, and Jamaican Sea.

  • The color of some clothes or accessories.
    Blue-green is a fashionable color that can suit different styles and occasions.
    It can be worn as a solid color or mixed with other colors, such as white, black, or yellow.
    It can also be used for accessories, such as scarves, hats, or bags.
    Blue-green clothes and accessories can make a person look elegant and lively.

Example of the palette with the Blue green color

Picture with primary colors of Blue green, Dark lava, Smoky black, Non-photo blue and Pale taupe
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 2060-R90B
NCS S 7005-Y80R
NCS S 9000-N
NCS S 1030-B10G
NCS S 3010-Y60R
RAL Classic
RAL 5012
RAL 8014
RAL 9005
RAL 9002
RAL 1019
RAL Design
RAL 210 60 40
RAL 050 20 10
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 240 80 20
RAL 030 60 20
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