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<h2>A slick Slick GNU logo by Logo</h2>

<address class="byline">by Brian Bush</h2>

<p> Bush</address>

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<a href="/graphics/slickgnu.tiny.png"><img src="/graphics/slickgnu.tiny.png"
   alt=" [The Spirit of Freedom] "
   width="150" height="60" href="/graphics/slickgnu.png"><img
   alt=" [A slick GNU logo] " /></a>


<p>As most of us do, Brian loves the official GNU logo. But he thought it
would be nice to create a more polished and slick logo. It symbolizes the
free and natural aspects of Free Software free software as well as the professional, stable
and robust aspects of GNU software.</p>

This picture is available in the following formats:

	<li> PNG
  <li>PNG  <a href="/graphics/slickgnu.tiny.png">2.6k (a small picture.)</a>,
		<a href="/graphics/slickgnu.png">5.8k (a big and good quality picture.)</a></li>
	<li> SVG <a href="/graphics/slickgnu.svg">17k (a vector image of the logo.)</a></li> href="/graphics/slickgnu.tiny.png">3kB</a> (150x60), 
    <a href="/graphics/slickgnu.png">4kB</a> (500x200)</li>
  <li>SVG  <a href="/graphics/slickgnu.svg">17kB</a> (529x212)</li>

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The images linked to from this page are:
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Copyright (C) 2005, Free Software Foundation, Inc. <br />
    Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this
<p>Copyright © 2005 Brian Bush</p>

<p>This image is available under the terms of:
      <li> the <a href="/copyleft/gpl.html">GNU rel="license"
href="/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html">GNU General Public License</a>
          as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of
          the License, License</a>,
version 2 or (at your option) any later version.</li>
    These images are distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
    WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    <a href="/copyleft/gpl.html">GNU General Public License</a> for more
</p> version.</p>

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