The SharePoint Patterns and Practices group often features a super hero clip-art with PnP on his chest. I really like the superhero (I’ve even got him as a sticker on my laptop), but there are several things about him that have been driving me nuts for a long time:
The biggest issue was that the only copy I have is a raster image which means it looks blocky when I make it bigger. So I remade the PnP Man in Inkscape as an SVG Vector image:
I couldn’t resist fixing the armpit issue. However, I also felt the need to make additional updates so I ended up with this Updated Vector:
I adjusted some of the curves, gave him a neck, adjusted the colors, and attached his cape at the shoulders. If you’re interested in using these images, you can find them on GitHub: github.com/thechriskent/PnPMan
You can use the SVG image directly in Office programs like PowerPoint and it will keep the scaling values for you and even treat it like a graphics object instead of a picture. There are also generated png files in several sizes available for other programs as needed.
Of course, you can also edit the SVG file directly where you’ll find everything is in layers so you can easily adjust the colors (including skin color), turn off or swap out elements (like the PnP logo), or adapt it to different versions (like a heroine or Stranger Things characters). Feel free to submit a pull request!
These files can be freely used for anything (PnP related or not) with no attribution required. You can also completely ignore this and keep using the old one. This is probably my weirdest and most unasked for “contribution” to SharePoint PnP yet!