Wikipedia has black, white and shades of gray in its logo and brand. As per their color usage guidelines, the organization used four shades of gray (including black). These colors support the idea behind Wikipedia – of aiming to be a neutral and unbiased source of information on the web.

Wikipedia brand hex, RGB, CMYK and Pantone® (PMS) color codes

Black
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Wikipedia's Black color
Hex code #000000 content_copy
RGB values (0, 0, 0) content_copy
CMYK values (0, 0, 0, 100) content_copy
Pantone® Black 6 C* content_copy
Dark Gray
Wikipedia's Dark Gray color solid image preview download
Wikipedia's Dark Gray color
Hex code #636466 content_copy
RGB values (99, 100, 102) content_copy
CMYK values (0, 0, 0, 75) content_copy
Pantone® Cool Gray 10 C* content_copy
Gray
Wikipedia's Gray color solid image preview download
Wikipedia's Gray color
Hex code #939598 content_copy
RGB values (147, 149, 152) content_copy
CMYK values (0, 0, 0, 50) content_copy
Pantone® Cool Gray 7 C* content_copy
Light Gray
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Wikipedia's Light Gray color
Hex code #C7C8CA content_copy
RGB values (199, 200, 202) content_copy
CMYK values (0, 0, 0, 25) content_copy
Pantone® 420 C* content_copy

* These color values have not been given explicitly in the Wikipedia brand guidelines. They are, however, the closest numbers based on the official color codes provided.

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