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Some of the recommendations on this page are in conflict with those listed on the Brand Guidelines. We need someone to work with the Board and/or the artwork SIG to have a consistent message about our brand usage.
See also This Page which has yet another take on things.
Font: Handel Gothic D Bold
Logo colors: *please verify*
- purple: (RGBA 922297ff)
- green: (RGBA 9ccd29ff)
- orange: (RGBA efa620ff)
- blue: (RGBA 272377ff)
Vector based artwork
3D Emboss Logo
This logo was created by Nicu Buculei
Bitmap based artwork
Bitmap images are best extracted from the SVG format for optimal result.
Nevertheless bitmap logos are available from: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/graphics/
Gideon did a nice "Get CentOS" bitmap which you can put on your blog, website, whatever:
We have printed a batch of flyers for FOSDEM2007, that were used for other events as well. Here is an archive of the Scribus file used to design the flyer.
For a template for presentations and a list of existing presentations, go here:
This business card was created by Dag Wieërs:
Here is the CentOS Shirt design 1.1:
CD Stamps & Labels
This was made into a self inking stamp to stamp onto the give away DVDs. We used inkjet DVDs which worked well. Some brands dried quicker than others so YMMV. It was done in Corel Draw but could easily be replicated in Inkscape.
Note the paper size. If you want to print actual size, turn of 'fit to page'. The 'CentOS 5.1' text should be about 4.5cm wide. Once you have the stamp, a new rubber insert can be made when a new version comes out so you don't need a whole new stamp.
is another one which I did for the Chemnitzer Linuxtage. It's a stamp for the i386 Live-CD which we had at Fosdem and will have at other events. It just talks about being CentOS 5, so it's reusable for a longer time.
This is the layout we used to print labels for the CentOS 5.1 LiveCD we handed out at Fosdem 2008.
The poster uses the 3D logo from http://fedora.nicubunu.ro/centos/
You also need the Handel Gothic font.
This was printed onto A4 sticker paper and then guillotined into stickers.
These posters were used at Fosdem 2007 & Linuxtag 2007
This is another proposed poster