tux clip art in front view


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tux clip art in front view.

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This vector contains the following main colors: White,Ironside Gray,Mine Shaft,Supernova,Celeste,Gun Powder,Sunglow


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tux wiki:
>For other uses, see Tux (disambiguation). Tux is the official mascot of the GNU/Linux operating system. Tux, created by Larry Ewing in 1996, is a chubby penguin that looks content and satisfied. The concept of the Linux mascot being a penguin came from Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel.Tux was designed for a Linux logo contest. Pictures of some of the other contestants can be found at The Linux Logo Competition site. The winning logo was created by Larry Ewing using the GIMP (a free software graphics package) and was released by him under the following condition:Permission to use and/or modify this image is granted provided you acknowledge me lewing@isc.tamu.edu and The GIMP if someone asks. [1] See more at Wikipedia.org...

clip art wiki:
ip art, in the graphic arts, is the use of images either copied or physically cut (hence the term) from pre-existing printed works, either books that have entered the public domain, or books specifically published for such use (which, if they contain images that are not in the public domain, include a license fee in the cover price). It is also not uncommon for large organizations to provide their local divisions or chapters with clip art (either physical or electronic) of their logos, mascots, and so forth, in order that local publications may have a unified appearance. It is also rather common for those producing documents with limited distribution to use images from non-public-domain sources for which they have not paid license fees, such as coloring books, newspapers, magazines, and such, although some magazines, particularly those dealing with hobbies will publish images explicitly licensed to the magazine purchaser for use as clip art. See more at Wikipedia.org...

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