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LLVM Logo

The LLVM logo is a stylized wyvern (a kind of dragon). Dragons have connotations of power, speed and intelligence, and can also be sleek, elegant, and modular (err, maybe not). In addition, there is a series of influential compiler books going back to 1977 which featured dragons on the cover.

Small Wyvern logo

You can also download a larger version of this image here.

Older Dragon Logo

LLVM used an older dragon logo for many years. This version is endearing for many reasons, including an unproven theory that it has its head upside down (and an anonymous Australian takes the controversial view that its body is actually upside down)!

Here is the image in a couple of sizes:

small dragon logo

Derivative Versions of the Older Logo

Here are several derivative versions of the dragon logo, which may be more suitable for use as icons etc. These were contributed by Teresa Chang:

Usage Rights

This dragon image is owned by Apple Inc. and is available for your download and use royalty-free. By downloading this image, Apple grants you, and you accept, a non-exclusive license to use this image. All right, title and interest in the image, including the copyright therein, is retained by Apple.

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