Colors

Classic Palette

Our identity colors — Orange Lutheran red (primary brand color), Vegas Gold (secondary brand color), and white — evolved from the school’s historic palette, creating a rich and seamless tie to our heritage.

OLu Red

Hex  #9E2A2F
CMYK  0  |  73  |  70  |  38
RGB  157  |  42  |  47
Pantone  704 C  |  200 U

Vegas Gold

Hex  #E1DFCE
CMYK  0  |  7  |  39  |  17
RGB  218  |  199  |  146
Pantone  4525 C  |  4535 U

White

Hex #FFFFFF
CMYK 0 | 0 | 0 | 0
RGB 0 | 0 | 0
Pantone PMS White U/C

Vintage Palette

The Vintage Palette should only be used for projects that tie us back to where we came from, whether its Homecoming, a throwback, or a vintage-style tee.

Red

Hex #BD261A
CMYK 0 | 80 | 86 | 26
RGB 189 | 38 | 26

Old Gold

Hex #EACC55
CMYK 0 | 13 | 64 | 8
RGB 234 | 204 | 85

White

Hex #FFFFFF
CMYK 0 | 0 | 0 | 0
RGB 0 | 0 | 0

Color Help

HEX colors, also called “web colors,” are expressed as a six-digit combination of numbers and letters defined by its mix of red, green and blue (RGB). HEX colors are used primarily in website design. 

 

CMYK (Cyan Magenta, Yellow, Black), also referred to as “process colors,” the method by which images are printed using cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The specific numeric values refer to the percentages of each of the four process colors. Use for things that will be printed on paper.

 

RGB (Red, Green, Blue) is the method by which video monitors and projectors display color; the numeric values listed in to the amount or intensity of red, green and blue in each of the colors. Use RGB if you are creating something that will be shown on a digital screen.

 

Pantone® (PMS) is the proprietary color matching system used in printing to create inks and maintain color integrity; the PMS numbers refer to the Pantone® Matching System. Some printers and apparel producers will allow for PMS color matching, some do not. If it is an option, it is always preferred to ensure that our true colors are represented.

PANTONE® is a registered trademark of Pantone, Inc. The colors shown here are not intended to match the PANTONE® Color Standard.