|We recommend using the
Official Artwork Galleries
|With the Official Artwork Galleries the OpenOffice.org|
Art Project wants to establish a set of official artwork for
OpenOffice.org 3 that should be used wherever possible
to establish a Visual Identity of the project.
Visual Identity lives from repetition: The more people see
and recognize a specific graphical element or a certain
design the more these elements are linked to the product
or to the project OpenOffice.org.
This gallery contains artwork suitable for booths on trade fairs and other events as well as flyers and handouts containing information on the OpenOffice.org software and the project behind it. You might have a look at the Official Galleries, but if you prefer the artwork presented here, feel free to use it according to its open source license.
For Artists: If you want to share your own artwork with the Art Project, fell free to upload it and add it to the gallery. In case of any questions please have a look at the contribution wiki page.
"Open World" by Arachnophobius (English), 874×1.238px (DIN A1 avialable), license: LGPL
"Free Yourself" by Cristian Driga (English), 3508x4945px (A4, A3 available), license: PDL
"Free Yourself" by Cristian Driga (English), 3508x4945px (A4), license: PDL
"Poster Cebit 2009" by Jens Habermann (German), DIN A1, license: PDL
"Poster Systems 2008 1/2" by Jens Habermann (German), DIN A1, license: PDL
"Poster Systems 2008 2/2" by Jens Habermann (German), DIN A1, license: PDL
No artwork in this category. Fell free to provide yours.
Different flyers for education and development by Stella Schluze on the ui website, license unknown
Links to Look at:
IssueZilla Issue 54041
IssueZilla Issue 49995
IssueZilla Issue 59035
IssueZilla Issue 65362
IssueZilla Issue 71472
IssueZilla Issue 74585 (No not the photos..)