designers imagine Yahoo!’s new logo

 Designed by chivee

Designed by chivee


Last week, Yahoo! announced that it will be introducing a new logo next month—after it goes through 30 rounds of alternative designs. Wanting to join in the fun the online marketplace for crowdsourcing graphic designs, 99designs, decided to hold a contest to redesign the iconic purple logo.
Inviting its community to be ‘fun, creative and different’, some designers made minor tweaks to the company’s logo by changing its color, while others added an animal mascot to it. The logos below were a few of the Yahoo logo designs from the more than 3,000 submissions so far. Could you picture any of these as Yahoo!’s new logo?
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Designed by htdocs


81403

Designed by rendrasc


81404

Designed by sublimedia


81405

Designed by MW09


Designed by ID Design

Designed by ID Design


Designed by maneka

Designed by maneka


Designed by BizBiz

Designed by BizBiz


Designed by d0ppelgangerz

Designed by d0ppelgangerz


Designed by Lugos

Designed by Lugos


Designed by Adiwignya

Designed by Adiwignya

Designed by eLaeS

Designed by eLaeS


Designed by GREYdesigns

Designed by GREYdesigns

[via Mashable]

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