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Gap Goes back to its Old Logo

Written on October 13, 2010 by R. Depp

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Just when Gap thought their company was thinking outside the box, people thought otherwise.

After only after a week, Gap is bringing back its old blue box logo after unveiling a new logo which turned out to be a flop. The new logo was perceived negatively by many people.

On Gap’s Facebook page, someone wrote a comment which says the logo looked “like a child made it.”

However, Gap stated that the logo was “a more contemporary, modern expression.”

Good thing Gap followed the desires of the people and released this statement: “All roads were leading us back to the blue box, so we’ve made the decision not to use the new logo on gap.com any further.”

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