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  Twelve of Crayola's 133 standard crayon colors
  Crayola's thirteen retired colors

Crayola crayons have come in many colors since their introduction in 1903. By 1905 Binney & Smith's Crayola crayon product line had reached 30 colors.[1] In 1958 the number of colors increased to 64. Eight fluorescent colors were introduced in 1972, increasing the number of colors to 72. In 1990 the total increased to 80 colors with the introduction of 16 colors and the discontinuation of eight colors. The number of colors was increased to 96 in 1993 and to 120 in 1998, though with thirteen crayons being retired along the way, the total of colors is 133.[2] Along with the regular packs of crayons, there have been many specialty sets, including Silver Swirls,[3] Gem Tones,[4] Pearl Brite,[5] Metallic FX,[6] Magic Scent,[7] Silly Scents,[8] and more.

Colors have been renamed through the years. In 1958, Prussian Blue was renamed Midnight Blue. The color known as Flesh was renamed Peach in 1962, partially in response to the U.S. Civil Rights Movement. Indian Red was renamed Chestnut in 1999 due to concern that some children thought the crayon color represented the skin color of Native Americans.[2] According to the company, however, the name originally referred to a reddish-brown pigment from India that is used in artists' oil paint.[2] In the past, some crayons have been temporarily renamed, such as the 2004 State-Your-Color Contest[9] crayons and the eight Kids' Choice Colors in the 2008 50th anniversary 64-count box.[10]

Contents

  Standard Colors

This is a list of the 133 standard Crayola crayon colors. According to its chronology page, each "core color" was introduced in a specific year. The pack added shows what pack the crayon color is added in (there are 8, 16, 24, 48, 64, 96, and 120 packs).[2] These dates are shown in the table below. The hex triplets below are approximately representative of the colors produced by the named crayons.[11][not in citation given]

Color Hex Code RGB Pack added Issued Retired Notes
1 Almond #EFDECD (239, 222, 205) 120 1998
2 Antique Brass #CD9575 (205, 149, 117) 120 1998 Metallic.
3 Apricot #FDD9B5 (253, 217, 181) 24 1949
4 Aquamarine #78DBE2 (120, 219, 226) 64 1958
5 Asparagus #87A96B (135, 169, 107) 96 1993
6 Atomic Tangerine #FFA474 (255, 164, 116) 72 1972 Renamed from "Ultra Yellow" in 1990. Fluorescent.
7 Banana Mania #FAE7B5 (250, 231, 181) 120 1998
8 Beaver #9F8170 (159, 129, 112) 120 1998
9 Bittersweet #FD7C6E (253, 124, 110) 48 1949
10 Black #000000 (0,0,0) 8 1903
11 Blizzard Blue #ACE5EE (172, 229, 238) 72 1972 2003 Renamed from "Ultra Blue" in 1990. Fluorescent.
12 Blue #1F75FE (31, 117, 254) 8 1903
13 Blue Bell #A2A2D0 (162, 162, 208) 120 1998
14 Blue Gray #6699CC (102, 153, 204) 64 1958 1990
15 Blue Green #0D98BA (13, 152, 186) 16 1949
16 Blue Violet #7366BD (115, 102, 189) 16 1949
17 Blush #DE5D83 (222, 93, 131) 120 1998 Renamed from "Cranberry" in 2000.
18 Brick Red #CB4154 (203, 65, 84) 48 1949
19 Brown #B4674D (180, 103, 77) 8 1903
20 Burnt Orange #FF7F49 (255, 127, 73) 64 1958
21 Burnt Sienna #EA7E5D (234, 126, 93) 48 1949
22 Cadet Blue #B0B7C6 (176, 183, 198) 64 1958
23 Canary #FFFF99 (255, 255, 153) 120 1998
24 Caribbean Green #1CD3A2 (28, 211, 162) 120 1998
25 Carnation Pink #FFAACC (255, 170, 204) 16 1949
26 Cerise #DD4492 (221, 68, 146) 96 1993
27 Cerulean #1DACD6 (29, 172, 214) 24 1990
28 Chestnut #BC5D58 (188, 93, 88) 64 1958 Renamed from "Indian Red" in 1999.
29 Copper #DD9475 (221, 148, 117) 64 1958 Metallic.
30 Cornflower #9ACEEB (154, 206, 235) 48 1949
31 Cotton Candy #FFBCD9 (255, 188, 217) 120 1998
32 Dandelion #FDDB6D (253, 219, 109) 24 1990
33 Denim #2B6CC4 (43, 108, 196) 96 1993
34 Desert Sand #EFCDB8 (239, 205, 184) 120 1998
35 Eggplant #6E5160 (110, 81, 96) 120 1998
36 Electric Lime #CEFF1D (206, 255, 29) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
37 Fern #71BC78 (113, 188, 120) 120 1998
38 Forest Green #6DAE81 (109, 174, 129) 64 1958
39 Fuchsia #C364C5 (195, 100, 197) 80 1990
40 Fuzzy Wuzzy #CC6666 (204, 102, 102) 120 1998
41 Gold #E7C697 (231, 198, 151) 48 1949 Metallic.
42 Goldenrod #FCD975 (252, 217, 117) 64 1958
43 Granny Smith Apple #A8E4A0 (168, 228, 160) 96 1993
44 Gray #95918C (149, 145, 140) 24 1949
45 Green #1CAC78 (28, 172, 120) 8 1903
46 Green Blue #1164B4 (17, 100, 180) 48 1949 1990
47 Green Yellow #F0E891 (240, 232, 145) 24 1949
48 Hot Magenta #FF1DCE (255, 29, 206) 72 1972 Fluorescent.
49 Inchworm #B2EC5D (178, 236, 93) 120 2003
50 Indigo #5D76CB (93, 118, 203) 24 2000
51 Jazzberry Jam #CA3767 (202, 55, 103) 120 2003
52 Jungle Green #3BB08F (59, 176, 143) 80 1990
53 Laser Lemon #FEFE22 (254, 254, 34) 72 1972 Renamed from "Chartreuse" in 1990. Fluorescent.
54 Lavender #FCB4D5 (252, 180, 213) 64 1958
55 Lemon Yellow #FFF44F (255, 244, 79) 48 1949 1990
56 Macaroni and Cheese #FFBD88 (255, 189, 136) 96 1993
57 Magenta #F664AF (246, 100, 175) 48 1949
58 Magic Mint #AAF0D1 (170, 240, 209) 120 1990 2003 Fluorescent.
59 Mahogany #CD4A4C (205, 74, 76) 48 1949
60 Maize #EDD19C (237, 209, 156) 48 1949 1990
61 Manatee #979AAA (151, 154, 170) 120 1998
62 Mango Tango #FF8243 (255, 130, 67) 120 2003
63 Maroon #C8385A (200, 56, 90) 48 1949
64 Mauvelous #EF98AA (239, 152, 170) 96 1993
65 Melon #FDBCB4 (253, 188, 180) 48 1949
66 Midnight Blue #1A4876 (26, 72, 118) 48 1949 Renamed from "Prussian Blue" in 1958.
67 Mountain Meadow #30BA8F (48, 186, 143) 120 1998
68 Mulberry #C54B8C (197, 75, 140) 64 1958 2003
69 Navy Blue #1974D2 (25, 116, 210) 64 1958
70 Neon Carrot #FFA343 (255, 163, 67) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
71 Olive Green #BAB86C (186, 184, 108) 48 1949
72 Orange #FF7538 (255, 117, 56) 8 1903
73 Orange Red #FF2B2B (255, 43, 43) 48 1949 1990
74 Orange Yellow #F8D568 (248, 213, 104) 48 1949 1990
75 Orchid #E6A8D7 (230, 168, 215) 48 1949
76 Outer Space #414A4C (65, 74, 76) 120 1998
77 Outrageous Orange #FF6E4A (255, 110, 74) 72 1972 Renamed from "Ultra Orange" in 1990. Fluorescent.
78 Pacific Blue #1CA9C9 (28, 169, 201) 96 1993
79 Peach #FFCFAB (255, 207, 171) 48 1949 Renamed from "Flesh" in 1962.
80 Periwinkle #C5D0E6 (197, 208, 230) 48 1949
81 Piggy Pink #FDDDE6 (253, 221, 230) 120 1998
82 Pine Green #158078 (21, 128, 120) 48 1949
83 Pink Flamingo #FC74FD (252, 116, 253) 120 1998
84 Pink Sherbert #F78FA7 (247, 143, 167) 120 1998 Renamed from "Brink Pink" in 2000.
85 Plum #8E4585 (142, 69, 133) 64 1958
86 Purple Heart #7442C8 (116, 66, 200) 120 1998
87 Purple Mountain's Majesty #9D81BA (157, 129, 186) 96 1993
88 Purple Pizzazz #FE4EDA (254, 78, 218) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
89 Radical Red #FF496C (255, 73, 108) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
90 Raw Sienna #D68A59 (214, 138, 89) 64 1958
91 Raw Umber #714B23 (113, 75, 35) 64 1958 1990
92 Razzle Dazzle Rose #FF48D0 (255, 72, 208) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
93 Razzmatazz #E3256B (227, 37, 107) 96 1993
94 Red #EE204D (238,32, 77 ) 8 1903
95 Red Orange #FF5349 (255, 83, 73) 16 1949
96 Red Violet #C0448F (192, 68, 143) 16 1949
97 Robin's Egg Blue #1FCECB (31, 206, 203) 96 1993
98 Royal Purple #7851A9 (120, 81, 169) 96 1990
99 Salmon #FF9BAA (255, 155, 170) 48 1949
100 Scarlet #FC2847 (252, 40, 71) 24 1998 Renamed from "Torch Red" in 2000.
101 Screamin' Green #76FF7A (118, 255, 122) 72 1972 Renamed from "Ultra Green" in 1990. Fluorescent.
102 Sea Green #9FE2BF (159, 226, 191) 48 1949
103 Sepia #A5694F (165, 105, 79) 64 1958
104 Shadow #8A795D (138, 121, 93) 120 1998
105 Shamrock #45CEA2 (69, 206, 162) 96 1993
106 Shocking Pink #FB7EFD (251, 126, 253) 72 1972 Renamed from "Ultra Pink" in 1990. Fluorescent.
107 Silver #CDC5C2 (205, 197, 194) 48 1949 Metallic.
108 Sky Blue #80DAEB (128, 218, 235) 64 1958
109 Spring Green #ECEABE (236, 234, 190) 48 1949
110 Sunglow #FFCF48 (255, 207, 72) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
111 Sunset Orange #FD5E53 (253, 94, 83) 120 1998
112 Tan #FAA76C (250, 167, 108) 48 1949
113 Teal Blue #18A7B5 (24, 167, 181) 80 1990 2003
114 Thistle #EBC7DF (235, 199, 223) 48 1949 2000
115 Tickle Me Pink #FC89AC (252, 137, 172) 96 1993 Named in a contest by ClevverTV Personality Joslyn Davis
116 Timberwolf #DBD7D2 (219, 215, 210) 96 1993
117 Tropical Rain Forest #17806D (23, 128, 109) 96 1993
118 Tumbleweed #DEAA88 (222, 170, 136) 96 1993
119 Turquoise Blue #77DDE7 (119, 221, 231) 48 1949
120 Unmellow Yellow #FFFF66 (255, 255, 102) 80 1990 Fluorescent.
121 Violet (Purple) #926EAE (146, 110, 174) 8 1903
122 Violet Blue #324AB2 (50, 74, 178) 48 1949 1990
123 Violet Red #F75394 (247, 83, 148) 24 1949
124 Vivid Tangerine #FFA089 (255, 160, 137) 80 1990
125 Vivid Violet #8F509D (143, 80, 157) 120 1998
126 White #FFFFFF (255, 255, 255) 24 1949
127 Wild Blue Yonder #A2ADD0 (162, 173, 208) 120 2003
128 Wild Strawberry #FF43A4 (255, 67, 164) 80 1990
129 Wild Watermelon #FC6C85 (252, 108, 133) 72 1972 Renamed from "Ultra Red" in 1990. Fluorescent.
130 Wisteria #CDA4DE (205, 164, 222) 96 1993
131 Yellow #FCE883 (252, 232, 131) 8 1903
132 Yellow Green #C5E384 (197, 227, 132) 24 1949
133 Yellow Orange #FFAE42 (255, 174, 66) 24 1949

  Specialty Crayons

  Silver Swirls

  16 of 24 Silver Swirls

In 1990, Crayola released the Silver Swirls, a pack of 24 silvery colors. The colors' hexadecimal values are approximated below[12]:

Aztec Gold Burnished Brown Cerulean Frost Cinnamon Satin Copper Penny Cosmic Cobalt
Glossy Grape Granite Gray Green Sheen Lilac Luster Misty Moss Mystic Maroon
Pearly Purple Pewter Blue Polished Pine Quick Silver Rose Dust Rusty Red
Shadow Blue Shiny Shamrock Steel Teal Sugar Plum Twilight Lavender Wintergreen Dream

  Magic Scent

  16 of 30 Crayola Magic Scent crayons

In 1994, Crayola produced a 16-pack of crayons that released fragrances when used. In 1995, Crayola changed some of the scents because of complaints received by parents that some of the crayons smelled good enough to eat, like the Cherry, Chocolate, & Blueberry scented crayons.[13] Crayons with food scents were retired in favor of non-food scents. The colors hexadecimal values are approximated below:[14]

Baby Powder Banana Blueberry Bubble Gum Cedar Chest Cherry
Chocolate Coconut Daffodil Dirt Eucalyptus Fresh Air
Grape Jelly Bean Leather Jacket Lemon Licorice Lilac
Lime Lumber New Car Orange Peach Pine
Rose Shampoo Smoke Soap Strawberry Tulip

  Gem Tones

  Crayola Gem Tones

In 1994, Crayola released the Gem Tones, a pack of 16 crayons modeled after precious stones. The colors' hexadecimal values are approximated below:

Amethyst Citrine Emerald Jade
Jasper Lapis Lazuli Malachite Moonstone
Onyx Peridot Pink Pearl Rose Quartz
Ruby Sapphire Smokey Topaz Tiger's Eye

  Changeables

  Crayola Changeables crayons

The Crayola Changeables crayons were introduced in 1995. The chart[15] includes the color changer, an off-white crayon that goes on clear and initiates the color changes in the other crayons.

blue to magenta
green to violet
orange to black
pink to yellow
red to blue
yellow to green
color changer

  Color Mix-Up

In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of crayons, each of which contains a solid color with flecks of two other colors in it. Colors in chart below are approximated.[16] The predominant color is represented by background, and colors of the flecks are represented by the text. Colors for crayons other than Mixed Veggies and Star Spangled Banner come from information on the crayon wrapper. When color samples become available, they should be replaced.

Baby's Blanket Blazing Bonfire Cool And Crazy Lemon Lime Zing
Magenta Mix-Up Mixed Veggies Off-Road Peaches 'n Cream
Rainforest Shrimp Cocktail Southwest Star Spangled Banner
Stonewashed Surf's Up Twister Warm And Fuzzy

  Pearl Brite

  Crayola Pearl Brite, Color Mix-Up, and Crayons with Glitter

In 1997, Crayola released a 16-pack of Pearl Brite crayons[17]:

Aqua Pearl Black Coral Pearl Caribbean Green Pearl Cultured Pearl
Key Lime Pearl Mandarin Pearl Midnight Pearl Mystic Pearl
Ocean Blue Pearl Ocean Green Pearl Orchid Pearl Rose Pearl
Salmon Pearl Sunny Pearl Sunset Pearl Turquoise Pearl

  Crayons with Glitter

In 1999, Crayola released Crayons with Glitter as part of a Special Effects crayons package. In the below list, the background represents crayon color, and the highlighted "square of glitter" around text represents glitter color.

Black With Glitzy Gold Glitter Blue With Shimmering Silver Glitter
Blue Green with Glitzy Gold Glitter Carnation Pink With Lavender Glitter
Green With Twinkling Turquoise Glitter Maroon With Glitzy Gold Glitter
Orange With Twinkling Turquoise Glitter Orchid With Twinkling Turquoise Glitter
Red With Shimmering Silver Glitter Red Violet With Glitzy Gold Glitter
Royal Purple With Ruby Red Glitter Sky Blue With Glitzy Gold Glitter
White With Confetti Glitter White With Glitzy Gold Glitter
Yellow With Rainbow Glitter Yellow Green With Silver Glitter

  Metallic FX

  Crayola Metallic FX crayons

In 2001, Crayola produced the Metallic FX crayons, a set of 16 metallic crayons whose names were chosen through a contest open to residents of the U.S. and Canada.[18] They are still available today. The hex triplets below are representative of the colors produced by the named crayons.[11]

Color Hex code RGB Issued Retired
1 Alloy Orange #C46210 (196, 98, 16) 2001
2 B'dazzled Blue #2E5894 (46, 88, 148) 2001
3 Big Dip O' Ruby #9C2542 (156, 37, 66) 2001
4 Bittersweet Shimmer #BF4F51 (191, 79, 81) 2001
5 Blast Off Bronze #A57164 (165, 113, 100) 2001
6 Cyber Grape #58427C (88, 66, 124) 2001
7 Deep Space Sparkle #4A646C (74, 100, 108) 2001
8 Gold Fusion #85754E (133, 117, 78) 2001
9 Illuminating Emerald #319177 (49, 145, 119) 2001
10 Metallic Seaweed #0A7E8C (10, 126, 140) 2001
11 Metallic Sunburst #9C7C38 (156, 124, 56) 2001
12 Razzmic Berry #8D4E85 (141, 78, 133) 2001
13 Sheen Green #8FD400 (143, 212, 0) 2001
14 Shimmering Blush #D98695 (217, 134, 149) 2001
15 Sonic Silver #757575 (117, 117, 117) 2001
16 Steel Blue #0081AB (0, 129, 171) 2001

  Silly Scents

  Crayola Silly Scents.

The Silly Scents are produced by Crayola in a 16-pack. Colors are approximated.[14]

Alien Armpit Big Foot Feet Booger Buster Dingy Dungeon
Gargoyle Gas Giant's Club Magic Potion Mummy's Tomb
Ogre Odor Pixie Powder Princess Perfume Sasquatch Socks
Sea Serpent Smashed Pumpkin Sunburnt Cyclops Winter Wizard

  Heads 'n Tails

  Crayola Heads 'n Tails crayons

The crayons are double-sided and encased in plastic tubes that function much like the ones on Crayola Twistables. Each crayon has two shades of color. Colors are approximated below.[19]

Sizzling Red Red Salsa Tart Orange Orange Soda
Bright Yellow Yellow Sunshine Slimy Green Green Lizard
Denim Blue Blue Jeans Plump Purple Purple Plum
Sweet Brown Brown Sugar Eerie Black Black Shadows

  True to Life

  Crayola True to Life crayons

In 2007, Crayola released the True to Life crayons. The tri-color tips are intended to "bring scenes to life." Each crayon is extra-long and contained within a plastic casing similar to that of Crayola Twistables crayons. On the table, the background represents the predominant color, and the text represents the supporting colors:

Amazon Forest Caribbean Current Florida Sunshine Grand Canyon
Maui Sunset Milky Way Sahara Desert Yosemite Campfire

  Extreme Twistables Colors

  Crayola's Extreme Colors Twistables

In 2009, Crayola released eight "ultra-cool" and "super-hot" crayons in long twistable barrels.[20]

Fiery Rose Sizzling Sunrise Heat Wave Lemon Glacier
Spring Frost Absolute Zero Winter Sky Frostbite

  See also

  References

  1. ^ New York Teachers Monographs. Vol 7 (No 1 ed.). New York, NY: American Book Company. Mar 1905. p. 125. http://books.google.com/books?id=0dxNAAAAMAAJ&pg=RA1-PA125&dq=Crayola&lr=&as_drrb_is=b&as_minm_is=0&as_miny_is=1905&as_maxm_is=0&as_maxy_is=1905&as_brr=0&ei=xkqNS77QJ4OUlATVr8SWDQ&cd=2#v=onepage&q=Crayola&f=false. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Crayola Crayon Chronology". Crayola LLC. http://www.crayola.com/colorcensus/history/chronology.cfm. Retrieved 2007-09-20. ; re-accessed February 25, 2008
  3. ^ "Crayola Crayon Chronology — Silver Swirls". Crayola LLC. http://www.crayola.com/colorcensus/history/history.cfm?id=wintergreen%20dream. Retrieved 2009-04-08. ; re-accessed April 19, 2008
  4. ^ "Crayola Crayon Chronology — Gem Tones". Crayola LLC. http://www.crayola.com/colorcensus/history/history.cfm?id=ruby. Retrieved 2009-04-08. ; re-accessed April 19, 2008
  5. ^ "Crayola Crayon Chronology — Pearl Brite". Crayola LLC. http://www.crayola.com/colorcensus/history/history.cfm?id=aqua%20pearl. Retrieved 2009-04-08. ; re-accessed April 19, 2008
  6. ^ Crayola.com - Crayola Metallic Crayons
  7. ^ "Crayola Crayon Chronology — Magic Scent 16". Crayola LLC. http://www.crayola.com/colorcensus/history/history.cfm?id=strawberry. Retrieved 2009-04-08. ; re-accessed April 19, 2008
  8. ^ TheCrayolaStore.com - Crayola Silly Scents Crayons (52-3417)
  9. ^ Listology.com - Crayola State Colors and Their Standard Equivalents
  10. ^ Reuters, Crayola 64 Box Turns 50, from Business Wire, 2008
  11. ^ a b "Custom Box Creator". SureSource LLC. http://www.crayolastore.com/creator.asp. Retrieved 2009-11-26. 
  12. ^ [1]
  13. ^ NYTimes.com - After a Protest by Parents, Crayola Changes Its Recipes
  14. ^ a b "Silly Scents & Magic Scents samples for Wikipedia reference". http://www.flickr.com/photos/30556012@N02/3472366470/. Retrieved 2009-04-24. 
  15. ^ [2]
  16. ^ [3]
  17. ^ [4]
  18. ^ BINNEY & SMITH NAME THE METALLIC CRAYON COLORS CONTEST - OFFICIAL RULES
  19. ^ [5]
  20. ^ [6]

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