Arkansas Flag Color Codes HEX, RGB, CMYK, HSL & HSV

Arkansas have 3 colors in their state flag which are Red(#BF0A30), White(#FFFFFF) and Blue(#002868).

The Hex, RGB, CMYK, HSV, and HSL color codes are in the table below.

The state flag of Arkansas is composed of different colors and elements, each representing a unique concept. The following are the key points that study the symbolic significance of the flag of Arkansas:

  • The state of Arkansas’s flag features a white lozenge (or diamond) with a broad blue border in the center of a red field.
  • The diamond represents Arkansas as the country’s only diamond-producing state.
  • The flag has a total of 29 five-pointed stars.
  • There are four larger blue stars in the white diamond and 25 smaller white stars within the blue border.
  • The 25 stars indicate that Arkansas was the 25th state admitted to the Union.
  • Within the white lozenge, the word “ARKANSAS” is written in blue.
  • The state name is surrounded by four stars on the diamond, one above and three below the name.
  • The star above, and the two outer stars below, all have upward-pointing rays.
  • The inner star below points downwards.
  • The two parallel white stars at the diamond’s left and right points signify the simultaneous entrance of Michigan and Arkansas to the Union.
  • In addition to representing the three countries that ruled Arkansas before it was made a state (Spain, France, and the United States), the three blue stars beneath the word ARKANSAS also denote the fact that Arkansas was the 3rd state to be formed as a result of the Louisiana Purchase.
  • The Confederacy is represented by the fourth lone star, which is located above the word ARKANSAS.
  • Arkansas’s state flag is red, white, and blue to represent the state’s membership in the United States.
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