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FreeDOS Images and Logos

These official images and logos belong to the FreeDOS Project, but may be re-used under the Creative Commons, Attribution: you are free to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work; to make derivative works; to make commercial use of the work. You must attribute the work to the FreeDOS Project.

When using the FreeDOS logo in print media, do not use grey shading. The FreeDOS fish is either blue or white, never grey. If you cannot print in color, please use a black and white image.

Fish mascot

The FreeDOS fish mascot is named Blinky. The short story behind this is Jim wanted to have a mascot for FreeDOS, and really wanted a seal. He thought a seal would go well with the Linux penguin mascot. But there was already another FreeDOS program called SEAL with the obvious mascot. Instead, we chose a fish. Bas Snabilie designed our FreeDOS fish mascot. We later dubbed him "Blinky" because of his googly eye.

FreeDOS fish logo Official FreeDOS fish (web) by Bas Snabilie - SVG, adapted by Mateusz Viste
FreeDOS fish logo Without text - SVG, adapted by Mateusz Viste
FreeDOS fish logo Glossy, by Rikard Lang - SVG, adapted by Mateusz Viste
FreeDOS fish logo Official FreeDOS fish (print) by Bas Snabilie - SVG, adapted by Mateusz Viste
FreeDOS fish logo Without text - SVG, adapted by Mateusz Viste

Website logo

Our first website logo was created by our then-webmaster and then-coordinator, M. "Hannibal" Toal. We have updated the logo only a few times in our history. Our current website is based on the FreeDOS fish mascot designed by Bas Snabilie.

FreeDOS text logo Official FreeDOS logo (2010-) - SVG, adapted by Jim Hall
FreeDOS text logo Official FreeDOS logo (2004-2009) by Bas Snabilie
FreeDOS text logo Official FreeDOS logo (2001-2004) by Ben Rouner
FreeDOS text logo Official FreeDOS logo (1995-2001) by M. Hannibal Toal - SVG, adapted by Jim Hall