Some organizations are very serious about their logos. They produce exhaustive guidelines on how their logo should and should not be used.
The Drupal community takes the opposite approach. The Drupal logo is called “Druplicon” and is released under the GPL license. That licensing allows designers to do whatever they want with the logo.
That design freedom has led to some funny, imaginative and downright strange variations on the Drupal logo.
Here are 27 of our favorites from events around the world.
Fruit and Vegetables
Drupalicon as a potato from DrupalCamp Idaho:
Drupalicon as an ear of corn from DrupalCorn Iowa:
A Drupalicon orange from DrupalCamp Spain in Valencia:
A bad Drupalicon from BADCamp in San Francisco:
A sad Druplicon from SADCamp at Stanford University:
A happy Druplicon from GLADCamp in Los Angeles:
A Drupalicon orca from DrupalCamp Victoria:
A Druplicon tiger from DrupalCamp New Jersey:
A Druplicon lion from DrupalCamp Singapore:
A Druplicon bee from Drupal Camp North West:
An Aztec Druplicon from DrupalCamp Mexico:
A Indian art Druplicon from DrupalCamp Chennai:
A scuba-diving Druplicon from DrupalCamp Florida:
A hang-gliding Druplicon from DrupalCamp Dharamshala:
Finally, by fat the most popular way to customize the Drupal logo is with hats.
Can you guess where these 13 Drupalicons are from?
Do you have any other favorite variations on the Drupal logo? Leave them in the comments below …