Pamir Institute website presentation

Pamir has always been a remote and abandoned region of Upper Asia. Today, however, the people face rapid and shocking upheaval due to the terrorist threat, the Taliban irruption, Chinese expansion, and external interference from Pakistan in Afghanistan. This reinforces the need for a transnational vision. Therefore, the Pamir Institute is a think tank embracing all the Pamirs of Afghanistan, China, Pakistan and Tajikistan. The Pamir Institute does not advertise any commercial establishment. The Pamir Institute is not part of any government propaganda or political party.

Pamir Institute’s visual identity

Color

The main color of the website is soft blue: #47748B. The component of #47748B is RGB (71 116 139). The complementary color of #47748B is #8B5E47. Blue is the color that is reminiscent of reassurance and trust. It is the color that calms the feeling, and it is popular as a friendly color.

The soft blue color opens to four interesting color schemes

A modest and mature color scheme

It is a color scheme composed of the same hue color. This color scheme gives a modest and impression quietly.

base: Hex #96B6C6 | RGB 150 182 198

main: Hex #47748B | RGB 71 116 139

accent: Hex #143B4F | RGB 20 59 79

A mild and soft color scheme

It is a color scheme composed of near hue color. This color scheme gives a soft, organically natural impression.

base: Hex #8DBCC0 | RGB 141 188 192

main: Hex #47748B | RGB 71 116 139

accent: Hex #183055 | RGB 24 48 85

A powerful and flashy color scheme

It is a color scheme using complementary colors for accent. This color scheme gives a powerful, behavioral and flashy impression.

base: Hex #AAC4D2 | RGB 170 196 210

main: Hex #47748B | RGB 71 116 139

accent: Hex #8B5D47 | RGB 139 93 71

A colorful and harmonious color scheme

It is a color scheme composed of complementary colors and adjacent colors. There is movement, giving a colorful and fun impression.

base: Hex #BFD3DD | RGB 191 211 221

main: Hex #47748B | RGB 71 116 139

accent: Hex #8B4758 | RGB 139 71 88

accent: Hex #8B8647 | RGB 139 134 71

Its four main gradients are as follows

Gradient of gloss and shade, blend #47748B to #CAD7DD & #47748B to #142127

#47748B – #CAD7DD

#47748B to #142127

More natural expression, blend #47748B to #B7BBB0 & #47748B to #20313A

#47748B – #B7BBB0

#47748B to #20313A

Pamir Institute logo by Bernard Grua
Pamir Institute’s logo shows high mountains and a yak as an evidence of High Asia sphere of interest. Logo fonts are « Norwester » and « Montserrat Classic ».

Watermark

PamirInstitute Watermark by Bernard Grua
Pamir Institute’s watermark is very similar to the logo. Blue color was replaced by white color. The rest is transparent, except for some grey shadows on topof the mountains

Here, the background is purposely on soft blue to evidence the watermark

Icon

Pamir Institute’s icon and avatar is the yak of the logo. It comes in soft blue, white, grey and black colors.

Pamir Institute blue icon by Bernard Grua
Pamir Institute withe icon by Bernard Grua
Pamir Institute grey icon by Bernard Grua
Pamir Institute black icon by Bernard Grua

Pamir Institute home page by Bernard Grua
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Rowrung
Rowrung primary school in Afghan Wakhan needs help
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Wakhan guides
Hard time for Pamiri guide/translators and fixers in the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan.
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Islamism
Régis Genté: “Central Asia is not an Islamist powder keg nor a radicalizing space.
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Wakhi people
Portraits, Wakhi in relation with other people of their areas
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, religions
How past and present religions built a tradition palimpsest in a high valley of northern Pakistan
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Wakhi houses
Wakhi mountain houses of Zoodkhun in Chapursan Valley, northern Pakistan

Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, travelrs feed back
Should foreign travelers hide part of their Pakistan experience, in the interest of local populations?
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, travelmedia
Futher discussion about how travel media present Pakistan
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, influencers
Can we believe in what travelers say about Pakistan? Are they accurate, fair and independent?
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Wakhi ex-libris
Portraits, Wakhi in relation with other people of their areas
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, chapurson night
Chapursan Valley, where Zoodkhun nights unveil the universe
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, great game
The Great Game: Anglo-Russian encounter at the borders of Pamir, Hindu Kush and Karakoram

Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, research field

Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Afghanistan
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, pakistan
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, china
Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, Tajikistan

Pamir Institute and social media

Pamir Institute by Bernard Grua, social media

As of today, Pamir Institute is on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest. The website and four social media accounts are shown on the first Google search French result page for « Pamir Institute ». The website and three social media accounts are shown on the first Google search English result page in English.

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Publié par Bernard Grua

Graduated from Paris "Institut d'Etudes Politiques", financial auditor, photographer, founder and spokesperson of the worldwide movement which opposed to the delivery of Mitral invasion vessels to Putin's Russia, contributor to French and foreign media for culture, heritage and geopolitics.

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