A Flock of Hummingbirds: On the Search for the LibreOffice Mascot

tl;dr: Please vote on the LibreOffice Mascot until Oct/08th at https://survey.documentfoundation.org/665628 (survey expired)

Additional to the unique branding of LibreOffice today, we want to introduce an alternative to TDF’s trademarked logo/icon elements that can be used by the community with minimal restrictions. And as an open source project we involve the community in the process and asked for design proposals. The response was overwhelming; we got a great number of submissions ranging from aquarelle paintings to elaborated rebranding strategies. You are amazing!
The mascot should be used as a local community logo without TDF brand inside. It needs to be a cute and adaptable for various purpose. So the input was filtered based on

  • clear distinction to the TDF logo,
  • potential trademark violation (chameleons looking like SUSE’s, Tux-like penguins, doves etc.)
  • original artwork (some images were probably submitted to illustrate an idea only),
(compare)
  • mascotability (aquarelle paintings, many details or very iconic designs), and finally
  • quality (the mascot should be cute).

Big thanks to all contributors, and sorry if your proposal has not made it into the next round.

The remaining 63 images were equalized for a fair voting. That means all submissions are sized equally, got a white background (if possible), in case of various poses one was selected, and textual distractions have been removed.

Now it’s time to vote. The images are presented in a randomized order, and your task is to either press the left thumb-up button when you like a design or the right thumb-down if you don’t want it as our mascot.

https://survey.documentfoundation.org/665628

After this voting phase we will do a final election. The seven proposals with the highest agreement in the voting will get it into the selection, at this step done by the members of The Document Foundation. Would you like to become a member?

PS: Voting phase will end this Sunday, Oct/08th.

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