Debian has two logos. The official logo (also known
open use logo) contains the well-known Debian
swirl and best
represents the visual identity of the Debian Project. A separate, restricted-use logo, also exists for use by the
Debian Project and its members only. To refer to Debian, please prefer the
open use logo.
|Debian Open Use Logo|
The Debian Open Use Logo comes in two flavors, with and without “Debian” label.
The Debian Open Use Logo(s) are Copyright (c) 1999 Software in the Public Interest, Inc., and are released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 3 or any later version, or, at your option, of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Note: we would appreciate that you make the image a link to https://www.debian.org/ if you use it on a web page.
|Debian Restricted Use Logo|
Debian Restricted Use Logo License
Copyright (c) 1999 Software in the Public Interest
Permission has been given to use the restricted logo on clothing (shirts, hats, etc) as long as they are made by a Debian developer and not sold for profit.
About the Debian logos
Other promotional images
This is the first button made for the Project. The license of this logo is equivalent to the Open Use logo license. The button was created by Craig Small.
Here are some more buttons that have been made for Debian:
This is a sticker following the
hexagonal stickers specification:
The source (SVG format) and a Makefile to generate the png and svg previews are available in the Debian flyers repo. The license of this sticker is equivalent to the Open Use logo license. The sticker was created by Elena Grandi.
You can get more nice images from sites like:
T-shirt art from LinuxTag 99.
If you'd like to help advertise Debian on the web, you can use our banners.