The GnuPG Logo Contest
By using the Condorcet Internet
Voting Service the winner has been elected by the subscribers of
the gnupg-users and gnupg-devel mailing list.
The Winner is: Thomas Wittek:
The ranking of the submissions is available at the results page.
We thank all who submitted a logo and donated money to the contest.
Some very good logo designs have been submitted and it was probably
quite hard for all the 199 voters to select their preferences.
Here is the list of people and organisations who donated money to the
- Intevation GmbH
- Markus Komosinski
- Parag Mehta
- Folkert van Heusden
- Ralph Angenendt
- Alexander Tomisch
- Robert Workman
- Simon Josefsson
The contest is closed since November 1, 2006. Here are the submissions:
We received a couple of suggestions which are not intended as real
submissions. Here is a list of them.
- Jonas Gasser:
It's only a design concept. I haven't the skills to make an end version
but perhaps it's an "inspiration" to someone else. :-)
- Christoph M.:
- Simon Josefsson:
I made these three logos for the GnuTLS logo contest, but they
seem generic enough to work for GnuPG too. My humble goal here
is to provide inspiration for a real artist to do something
creative based on these, but maybe you'll like it too...
- Jeffrey F. Bloss:
I was thinking the "fade to binary" theme was symbolic of what
GnuPG does. I know, that's real corny. Maybe the GnuPG part
without the other text, superimposed over something like a
simple graphical key or what the like???
- Jørgen Lysdal:
It could look cool in white on a black tshirt.
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