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[[File:500px-Grass_GIS.svg.png‎|thumb|border|center|link=http://grass.osgeo.org/download/logos/|The official GRASS-GIS vector logogram|alt=The official GRASS-GIS logogram]]
 
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== Official colors ==
  
 
The logo is synthesized by <span style="color:#009000">green</span>, black  and a white background. Specifically, the <span style="color:#009000">green</span> color is defined in:
 
The logo is synthesized by <span style="color:#009000">green</span>, black  and a white background. Specifically, the <span style="color:#009000">green</span> color is defined in:

Revision as of 16:44, 2 January 2013

The GRASS-GIS logo can be downloaded in various formats from http://grass.osgeo.org/download/logos/.

For more grassy fun-logos, see the GRASS Art Gallery.

The official GRASS-GIS logogram
The official GRASS-GIS vector logogram

Official colors

The logo is synthesized by green, black and a white background. Specifically, the green color is defined in:

  • HTML notation: #009000
  • RGB values: 0, 144, 0
  • LaTeX code: \definecolor{ColorName}{rgb}{0.00,0.56,0.00}


However, in the (new) GRASS-GIS website the green color differs slightly and is defined as follows in:

  • HTML notation: #008A28
  • RGB values: 0, 138, 40
  • LaTeX code: \definecolor{ColorName}{rgb}{0.00, x.xx, x.xx }