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A collection of images about Tux.
Interpretations of Tux
An early suggestion for the Linux logo,[1] before the penguin concept was suggested.
© Photo: David Christiansen
An early suggestion for the Linux logo,[1] before the penguin concept was suggested.
The original prototype Tux.  At the recommendation of Linus Torvalds, Tux is based on this very image.  The penguin figurine is of an early Aardman Studios character.
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The original prototype Tux. At the recommendation of Linus Torvalds, Tux is based on this very image. The penguin figurine is of an early Aardman Studios character.
The most known version of Tux, drawn by Larry Ewing as described by Linus Torvalds.
© Image: Larry Ewing
The most known version of Tux, drawn by Larry Ewing as described by Linus Torvalds.
Little Penguins at the National Zoo & Aquarium, Canberra, Australia, from where Linus Torvalds stated he caught "penguinitis" after being nibbled by one.
(CC) Photo: Navinda Kottege
Little Penguins at the National Zoo & Aquarium, Canberra, Australia, from where Linus Torvalds stated he caught "penguinitis" after being nibbled by one.
Sign at the National Zoo & Aquarium, Canberra, Australia, by their penguin exhibit. The sign describes the story of Trovalds catching "penguinitis" and the origins of Tux.
(CC) Photo: Navinda Kottege
Sign at the National Zoo & Aquarium, Canberra, Australia, by their penguin exhibit. The sign describes the story of Trovalds catching "penguinitis" and the origins of Tux.
An early sketch of Tux, depicting how Linux's early developers felt their operating system was geared up for competition with other operating systems.
© Image: Larry Ewing
An early sketch of Tux, depicting how Linux's early developers felt their operating system was geared up for competition with other operating systems.
Tux as a plush toy.
(GNU) Photo: Joshua David Williams
Tux as a plush toy.
A digital sculpture of Tux, by Lego.
© Image: Eric Harshbarger
A digital sculpture of Tux, by Lego.
Another digital sculpture of Tux, this time with the BSD Daemon.
© Image: Marshall Kirk McKusick
Another digital sculpture of Tux, this time with the BSD Daemon.
Tux origami.
(CC) Photo: Paolo Massa
Tux origami.
A Tux tattoo.
(GNU) Photo: Vik Oliver
A Tux tattoo.
Measuring 130 microns in size, this image is believed to be the smallest print of Tux in the world.
© Image: Molecular Expressions
Measuring 130 microns in size, this image is believed to be the smallest print of Tux in the world.

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