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SuperTinyIcons - Under 1KB each! Super Tiny Icons are miniscule SVG versions of your favourite website and app logos

  •    HTML

The logos have a 512x512 viewbox, they will fit in a circle with radius 256. They will scale up and down to suit your needs. Bytes cost money. They cost money to store, transport, and process. Simplicity should be our goal in all endeavours.

simple-icons - SVG icons for popular brands

  •    HTML

Free SVG icons for popular brands. See them all on one page at SimpleIcons.org. Contributions, corrections & requests can be made on GitHub. Started by Dan Leech. Icons can be downloaded as SVGs directly from our website - simply click the icon you want, and the download should start automatically.

logos-in-pure-css - Company logos created in pure CSS.


To see it this in action, open demo.html in your browser. By default, {{ size }} supports two different keywords: large and small. This in turn produces a 300x300px or 52x52px icon. If you're using less, you can modify the sizes by either changing the @radius param, or by defining your own class and calling the logo mixin() with your desired @radius size.

MhsLogo - LOGO parser in C# WPF MVVM

  •    CSharp

Small subset of LOGO with MVVM WPF UI

Turtle Logo (programming language) for Kids


Turtle Logo for Kids teaches kids step by step the basic of computers programmong. LOGO is a computer programming language used for functional programming, and is used for generating basic shapes using a turtle cursor. It's developed in C# on Silverlight using Visual Studio 2010.

Turtle Graphics


In the early 1980's a programming language called Turtle Graphics used to be taught as a way of introducing people to programming on the BBC Microcomputer. Its goal was to provide an introduction to programming using a language that provided instant visual gratification.

cfonts - Sexy fonts for the console

  •    Javascript

This is a silly little command line tool for sexy fonts in the console. Give your cli some love.To install the CLI app, simply NPM install it globally.

t-shirts - The first OpenSource t-shirts (probably)


Company t-shirts are usually cheap and boring. We tried to make it different and we came up with tech constellations. The logo of each technology/language/framework we like and use daily was transformed into a constellation. We found the end result to be great so we want to share it with you. So here they are - (probably) worlds first open-source t-shirts. CONSTELLATIONS_by_TEONITE is a file with assets we made for use on TEONITE's t-shirts projects. Feel free to use them in your project. Word of advice: try to achieve high contrast between objects and t-shirt main color.

jslogo - Logo in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

This is hosted at https://inexorabletash.github.io/jslogo/ for playing with live.

designs - Blockstack designs

  •    HTML

Blockstack Design is an open source design cooperative led by designers, developers, writers and enthusiasts of the Blockstack community and decentralized internet movement. We are working hard at building a more open and beautiful internet in a collaborative manner.

logo-drone - control a parrot AR drone using the LOGO programming language

  •    Javascript

control the parrot AR drone using the LOGO programming language

logo.pizza - :pizza: Logo Pizza site

  •    HTML

Static site, built with Gulp for tasks, Handlebars for templating.Images have been kept out of the repo.

trtl - Tk-powered Ruby turtle graphics

  •    Ruby

Trtl is a simple 'turtle' system inspired by Python's turtle.py. It provides simple turtle drawing capabilities in Ruby, even if you're just at an IRB prompt. It leans on Tk (which used to be in Ruby's standard library but is now an external gem). Note: Using InteractiveTurtle makes drawing slower as it ensures all graphics are drawn after every action (as necessary for IRb use).

fish_logo - Fish-shell colorful ASCII-art logo

  •    Shell

This plugin adds a function to print out the fish-shell ASCII-art logo. And it's customizable! See Usage and Examples. Colors are any valid arguments of the set_color command: named colors, 3 or 6 hex digits. Named colors are autocompleted.

iojs-logo - The many logi of iojs

  •    Javascript

The many logi of iojs

hexSticker - :sparkles:Hexagon sticker in R

  •    R

If you use hexSticker and want your sticker to be listed here, please feel free to edit README.Rmd.