Glad you like it.
Thanks to Henrique Perticarati for some of the logo made for this saved me time creating it myself.
Just thought this was one area missing for artwork for mint and another way to pass on some free advertising for the mint on folks computers.
Plus we wanted that windows logo gone.
Another area that might be nice is to make some notebook and netbook skins for folks to print up and use for their computers, I know ubuntu used to do this with notebooks that came installed with ubuntu on it ( I seen it once online can't remember if it was dell or not that was selling them), might be nice to have that for the mint also.
I was a computer artist for a sign company so it wouldn't be hard to make these.
Just find a printer that would print it big enough or a print shop that would do it for you (some quick print place would do it for a cheap price), make sure the surface is clean before applying, vinegar and water is good, some window cleaners are good some leave a film, just make sure it is clean before applying it (be careful not to get any liquid on the keyboard or anywhere but on the surface so use a semidry cloth only). we used vinyl to print on (with a sticky side) and then laminate it (carefully so no bubbles appear) before you apply it, then start on one side or the middle (if it's the flattest side) and use a hair dryer to heat it up around the corners of the notebook or netbook (not to much to wreck the computer) it doesn't take much to wrap it around corners (if needed at all). You can also use primer for the edges, it is a thin clear smelly liquid that makes the vinyl or whatever you use stick better but it is expensive. we use it for signs and car wraps on edges and deep grooves in cars, they also have spray adhesives 3m is the best and smoothest and doesn't clump for edges (but it should be ok without primer or spray we wrapped notebooks without this and it stuck good). The lamination helps to keep it from fading from wear which you can get almost anywhere.
If you cannot get vinyl to go through a printer then paper should be fine as long as it is laminated with a good spray adhesive (3m) spray the paper before applying it, leave it for about 10 seconds to let the glue set a touch then apply it (be careful though because there is no turning back with applying it with spray like you can with vinyl), it's a one shot deal doing it this way.The lamination also makes it thicker and easier to apply it.
This can also be used for these little stickers as well
One way to get the word out more about the mint and make your computer look cool.
I'll try some skins when I get some spare time myself.