The Python Logo
Projects and companies that use Python are encouraged to incorporate the Python logo on their websites, brochures, packaging, and elsewhere to indicate suitability for use with Python or implementation in Python. Use of the "two snakes" logo element alone (the logo device), without the accompanying wordmark is permitted on the same terms as the combined logo.
Logo device only:
Currently, the following larger sized and vector variants of the logo are available:
- PNG format -- the original master which should open as a vector image in Adobe Fireworks
- PNG format (flattened)
- Photoshop format
- SVG format (generic SVG export from Inkscape)
- SVG format (Inkscape-specific SVG)
- SVG format of only "two snakes"
- PNG format (269 × 326) of only "two snakes"
The font used in the logo is called "Flux Regular". The PSF owns a copy but we cannot distribute it, except for work on the PSF's behalf.
The Python Powered Logo
The official Python Powered logo is available in two forms, wide and tall:
Guidelines for Use
The Python logo is a trademark of the Python Software Foundation, which is responsible for defending against any damaging or confusing uses of the trademark.
See the PSF Trademark Usage Policy.
In general, we want the logo to be used as widely as possible to indicate use of Python or suitability for Python. However, please ask first when using a derived version of the logo or when in doubt.
T-shirts and other Merchandise
Python T-Shirts and other merchandise featuring the Python logo can be purchased at Cafepress (sales benefit the Python Software Foundation). Making your own shirts is OK too, but please seek permission from the PSF if you are planning to sell merchandise that shows the Python logo.