Linux Mint Logo Revisited

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Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby LIGNUX » Thu May 04, 2017 4:00 am

It seems that the LM community came to an agreement or consensus regarding the official logo of the OS, so the one adopted has been used to create sets of its themed variation from its inner part, its core, or should we say its kernel ?

Here are sets of Linux Mint logos that I designed using copyleft photos (photos publicly released with the specific mention that they can be used, modified and distributed for non commercial purposes); some of my own photos were used too. However, if one or some would be used for commercial purposes, let me know in order to see what could be done.

The Linux Mint community will now become the care taker of this material, that can be used for whatever purpose it may wish: logos, icons, desktops, tutorials, stickers, Linux Mint promotion articles or videos, etc.

They do cover many areas of interest: sciences, nature, IT, arts, etc. or are purely aesthetic.

The logos, all in .png, are better seen on a dark background with viewers such as IrfanView or XnView.

Let us start with the Abstract Series, made of 420 versions of the logo, # 146 & 147 need a light background to be seen. From the preview, some logos may look the same but in fact they do have slight differences (contrast, shadow, etc.).

Preview

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Other themes will follow.

To get the files, click on "Valider et télécharger le fichier" then join and unzip the archives with 7-Zip.

A Premium account is not necessary.

http://dl.free.fr/jSDOyKtMI
http://dl.free.fr/tRt0o58X5
http://dl.free.fr/bVKDU4rhm

pass : LinuxMintLogo

alternative links
Click on "Accéder au téléchargement", then on "Cliquer ici pour télécharger le fichier"

https://1fichier.com/?n7h1w9je65
https://1fichier.com/?vld4w5wmp8
https://1fichier.com/?6hw44ekek0

No pass required

Enjoy

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Re: Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby Moem » Thu May 04, 2017 4:18 am

LIGNUX wrote:It seems that the LM community came to an agreement or consensus regarding the official logo of the OS

I doubt that. I think that someone just decided on a logo, and I'm personally fine with that.
But creative adaptations like yours are a Good Thing. May they inspire many!
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Re: Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby Pjotr » Thu May 04, 2017 4:52 am

Nice! Thanks. :)
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Re: Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby MintBean » Thu May 04, 2017 8:22 am

Good work. That could make a nice Hockney-esque wallpaper for Mint.

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Re: Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby InkKnife » Sat May 13, 2017 11:44 pm

That looks great! I really like it.
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Re: Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby Habitual » Sun May 14, 2017 7:00 am

Nice work and well presented.
I LOVE the 432nd one from the top-left down and 162nd one over. :mrgreen:

Great Job and Well Done.
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Re: Linux Mint Logo Revisited

Postby LIGNUX » Thu May 18, 2017 4:48 am

Hi everyone !

Glad to know you like them :D All others are finished but not yet online (should be in a near future, anyway, there is no emergency).

The “official” logo was somewhat reshaped for two reasons: the first is a practical one, it would have been difficult to create the non abstract logos (to be published) based on it; the second reason is that the official logo reminds another existing minty product :

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and that is why it was decided to work on LM's logo “kernel”, providing something with no equivalent, as far as I know.


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