Slackware Banners, Logos, Propaganda:

Send all others, mutations, edits, URLs, Info to me

Any questions? Read the Slackware Propaganda Graphics FAQ

I am looking for either a platform / site elsewhere where we can run the Propaganda pages to make submissions and acceptance/categorization/uploading of submissions easier, and/or a script or code that we can run here that will do so. There are plenty of submissions that have been sent in that I just have not had the time to sort through and place here. All suggestions welcome.

Standard Slackware Bar Logo 
in Silver/Reflective-look Live Streaming
Slack Live Streaming
Slack Continuous Loop Black-with-white-text vertical 'get
Slack' Powered by Alpha & Slackware,
large Powered by Alpha &
Slackware, small Tux with Pipe
in mouth Tux with
J.R. Bob Dobbs on Stomach Blue Pill S Slackware Logo Very
large Tux with pipe in mouth Think
Slack. with (?)Quicktime penguin

Logo Edits from Marek Stepien

Banners from btanaka:

and White BOB Slackware Grey
Multi-BOB Slackware Banner color BOB Slackware
Banner color
psychedelic BOB faces
Slackware Banner


The following are two clever takes on Slackware's version of Tux, that being with a traditional tobacco-type pipe in his bill (mouth), however the pipe in Tux's bill really isn't reflective of smoking either tobacco or illegal drugs. These are here however, because they are rather creative and well done Slackware graphics parodies.

Logo for Unofficial Macintosh PPC port of Slackware called Slackintosh:

Logo for Mac PPC unofficial port
called Slackintosh

Dated Slackware Graphics: (Any graphic which has a version number in it)

Pool 8-Ball, rendered Slackware 9.1 Released Banner
The Smiling, Grinning, Humanoid Pipesmoking face is J.R. Bob Dobbs and is Trademarked by the The SubGenius Foundation, as opposed to the Smiling, Grinning, Pipe-smoking Penguin face, which is Slackware's version of Tux. Slackware and the Slackware logo are Trademarks of Slackware Linux, Inc. Other Logos and names are trademarks of their respective companies, or organizations. (Such as Apache/the Apache Feather, and AMD.)

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