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Violet-eggplant # Imagination

HEX Triplet:
153, 17, 153
0, 89, 0, 40
300°, 80%, 33%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Dark magenta
in RAL Classic:
RAL 4006
in RAL Design:
RAL 330 40 45
in RAL Effect:
RAL 510-M
Mysterious Violet-eggplant artifact - what could it be?
2023-05-17 Snargl 6 minutes 0 second
# General # Imagination # Design

Mysterious Violet-eggplant artifact - what could it be?

Cake with a slice cut out of it on a plate with a glass of wine in the background. Example of RGB 153,17,153 color.
Purple diamond with a purple center surrounded by lights and a black background. Example of Violet-Eggplant color.
Stack of purple and white desserts on a plate with a lime and a cup of tea in the background. Example of CMYK 0,89,0,40 color.
Clock with many different colored clocks on it's sides and a window behind it with a sky background. Example of CMYK 0,89,0,40 color.
Violet-Eggplant color. Futuristic space station in the middle of a desert area with a distant planet in the background
Purple truck with a monster like design on the back of it's bed is parked in front of a building. Color CMYK 0,89,0,40.
Purple liquid in a glass container on a table with a bookcase in the background. Color RGB 153,17,153.
A mysterious violet-eggplant artifact is a curious object that has puzzled many researchers and historians.
It is a small, oval-shaped item that resembles a purple eggplant, but has intricate patterns and symbols carved on its surface.
Some of the symbols are similar to those found in ancient Mesopotamian and Egyptian cultures, while others are completely unknown.
The artifact was discovered in 2019 by a team of archaeologists in a cave near the Dead Sea in Israel.
The artifact is believed to be at least 3000 years old, but its origin and purpose are still unknown.

Some possible theories about the artifact are:
  • It is a religious or ceremonial object that was used by a cult or a secret society that worshipped a deity associated with eggplants or the color purple.
    The symbols on the artifact could represent prayers, rituals, or codes that only the members of the group could understand.
    The artifact could have been hidden in the cave to protect it from enemies or invaders.
  • It is a musical instrument that was played by blowing air into the hollow part of the artifact.
    The symbols on the artifact could indicate the notes or melodies that could be produced by the instrument.
    The artifact could have been used for entertainment, communication, or healing purposes.
    The artifact could have been left in the cave by a traveler or a nomad who visited the area.
  • It is a toy or a game that was enjoyed by children or adults.
    The symbols on the artifact could represent rules, scores, or challenges that could be followed by the players.
    The artifact could have been used for fun, education, or socialization.
    The artifact could have been lost or abandoned in the cave by a child or an adult who played with it.
These are just some of the possible explanations for the mysterious violet-eggplant artifact.
However, none of them have been proven or confirmed by any evidence or analysis.
The artifact remains a mystery that invites further research and exploration.
Perhaps one day, we will discover the true meaning and history of this fascinating object.

Example of the palette with the Violet-eggplant color

Picture with primary colors of Bistre, Pumpkin, Violet-eggplant, Macaroni and Cheese and Rust
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...
RAL Classic
RAL 3007
RAL 2011
RAL 4008
RAL 1001
RAL 2001
RAL Design
RAL 080 20 10
RAL 060 60 80
RAL 330 40 45
RAL 060 80 40
RAL 040 40 67
RAL Effect
RAL 790-5
RAL 380-6
RAL 510-M
RAL 420-2
RAL 440-6

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