Here’s What Hillary Clinton’s Logo Could Have Looked Like

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Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the President of the United States has received a heap of coverage over the past week. It’s not generally been about her policies or campaign strategy though, rather it’s been about the logo chosen.

It’s been described as looking like something drawn in Paint, ridiculed over the ‘H’ and torn apart by designers.

Here’s the logo.

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So graphic design crowdsourcing company, DesignCrowd, took to asking designers what they would have done if they could have designed Hillary Clinton’s campaign logo.

Within 24 hours the platform had received more than 150 logos from designers around the world.

The brief said: “We think Hillary deserves a better, more creative logo, and that’s where you come in.

“We want you to create a better campaign logo for Hillary Clinton, we know you’re the best designers for the job, so show us what you’ve got! $391 up for grabs.”

Check out some of them in the gallery above. Head here to see the rest of them.

 

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