DesignCrowd Community Redesigns Tokyo Olympic Logo After Plagiarism Controversy

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The logo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games was recently scrapped due to allegations of plagiarism from Belgian artist Olivier Debie, who believed the logo design showed strong similarities to his 2013 logo for the Theatre de Liege.

After all the controversy, DesignCrowd.com.au thought it would give the Committee a helping hand, and asked its community of designers to create new logo concepts for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

In 24 hours, over 200 designs were uploaded to the platform. Check out some of the best designs above.

Which one is your favourite? You can find all the entries here.

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