Logos and graphics

BOINC logo

The BOINC logo

The BOINC logo and associated icons were designed by Michal Krakowiak. Its arms represent the convergence of separated things (such as computers) into a unified whole. The colors are based on U.C. Berkeley's blue-and-gold colors.

The BOINC logo and its variants are in the public domain. If you use one of them in a web page, we ask that you link it to the BOINC web site (currently https://boinc.berkeley.edu) or display this URL near the image.

The volunteer-supplied images on this page are owned by their respectice creators; contact them for license info.

Icon: Installer splash screen: 'Powered by BOINC' image:



ArtistImages (click for hi-res version)
Robin Weezepoel
Francois Normandin
Jacob Klein

The old BOINC logo and related artwork

The 'B in a circle' icon was designed by Tim Lan. The Mac variant was contributed by Juho Viitasalo.


Landi Paolo

Logo proposals

ArtistImages (click for hi-res version)
Markus Beck
Michal Krakowiak
16x16 icon:
Michael Peele ,
Jim Paulis ... and several variants
Markus Beck
... and various others
Dario Arnaez
Invisible Design ... and many variants in different sizes and colors, and for specific countries.
Keijo Simonen
Yopi at sympatico.ca
Eduardo Ascarrunz
Adobe Illustrator source

Banners for BOINC projects

Jared Hatfield
Anthony Hern


Tony/Knightrider/Chuggybus has created BOINC coinage. See the large and small versions. The Latin text means 'Berkeley open and shared resources'.
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