Hammer & Sickle

KDE 3.x Splash Screens

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I know, I know. But I saw a really cool wallpaper with this type of logo, China-themed. And since I don't live in China, I thought I'd do another. When people say Linux is communist, don't think "Mother Russia" and the Red Army, think 70's Hippie freedom-love-equality. Even though I use images from the U.S.S.R. Irony is so hard to overcome...

henriquemaia

14 years ago

Nice work!

Wonderful idea!

It would be very nice to have icons or backgrounds with this theme.

Anyway, thanks for this one!

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chromecat

15 years ago

linux with such an emblem. Dont't you think it is an emblem of autocracy?

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komsomol

15 years ago

That isnt an emblem of autocracy, it is a symbol of revolution in semi-industrialised nations. The union of the oppressed peoples, the industrial Proletariat and the rural Peasantry.

I am a Marxist and support Lenin's and Trotsky's actions in the revolution 100% although some things would have been differently only in hindsight.

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jos

15 years ago

russian/communist art is cool. pitty such bad things happened under communism... although imho its inevitable.

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kilativv

15 years ago

Really good splash! I was always wondering about something like that(I'm Russian). It will be also cool to see the wallpaper with this style and possibly the whole desktop theme.

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soulrebel

15 years ago

i really like but can you maybe make a verison with a different background? the simple 'red box' doesnt really fit in with most enviremonts. maybe a dark green or black flag as background or a transparent red or something like that....
thanks and keep up the work

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