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When using the FreeDOS logo in print media, do not use grey shading. The fish logo should be light blue, or purple if you are using the glossy logo. If you cannot display the FreeDOS logo in color, then use the black and white logo.

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.

The FreeDOS fish mascot is named Blinky. The short story behind this is Jim wanted to have a mascot for FreeDOS. Jim originally wanted the mascot to be a seal, because he thought it would pair well with the Linux penguin. 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, and Mateusz Viste adapted the logo to SVG format. We later named the fish "Blinky" because of his googly eye.

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Fish logo with "FreeDOS" text. Great for use in print or on websites. Most people use this logo if they want to include the "FreeDOS" text. [SVG]
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Fish logo without text. Great for use in print or on websites. Often used when you don't need the "FreeDOS" text to go wtih it. [SVG]
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Fish logo with "FreeDOS" text. Great for use in print material without color. Most people use this logo if they want to include the "FreeDOS" text. [SVG]
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Fish logo without text. Great for use in print material without color. Often used when you don't need the "FreeDOS" text to go wtih it. [SVG]
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Fish logo as a wordmark. The standard logo we use on the website as our wordmark. Use this only as a standalone image. [SVG]
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Glossy fish logo without text. We use this on social media websites and in a few other places where we need a little extra flare. Use this only in color. [SVG]