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If you look beyond the fantasy of the Magic Kingdom, Disney hopes you won’t see anything at all. The less-than-magical parts of the park, such as fences, garbage bins, and administrative buildings, are all coated in a color known as “Go Away Green” — a shade that’s meant to help things blend in with the landscaping. 
which my research suggests is more or less
HTML # 87A485
CMYK # 50, 23, 54, 2
RGB # 135, 164, 133(via “Go Away Green” – Disney knows the secret of the “invisibility paint” | Infinite Interior)
If you look beyond the fantasy of the Magic Kingdom, Disney hopes you won’t see anything at all. The less-than-magical parts of the park, such as fences, garbage bins, and administrative buildings, are all coated in a color known as “Go Away Green” — a shade that’s meant to help things blend in with the landscaping.

which my research suggests is more or less

HTML # 87A485

CMYK # 50, 23, 54, 2

RGB # 135, 164, 133

(via “Go Away Green” – Disney knows the secret of the “invisibility paint” | Infinite Interior)

 
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