100th Anniversary Logos

Mt Buller 100th Anniversary Logo

One of the smartest design trends in anniversary logos has been the simple, side-by-side concept that draws a vertical line in the middle, places the original logo on one side, and a simple number mark on the other. Mt Buller did this really wel with a nice "100 years of skiing" mark that makes for a nice, visual balance to the brand both visually and with the meaning they're aiming for.

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FIS 100th Anniversary Logo

The organization behind professional skiing and ski racing, FIS started with a large number 100 in their classic blue color but added another of their brand colors, yellow, in two streats representing the tracks their members form down the mountain. With their traditional logo woven in at the bottom, this made for a really sharp, clean anniversary logo.

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National Football League 100th Anniversary Logo

A logo that was seen time and time again by millions during the league's 100th anniversary, this mark features a large, block number 100 with a football streaking from the lower right to the upper left with a red line flowing behind. Finally, the league's traditional logo sits just to the bottom right to add balance and make the mark easy to recognize.

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Lincoln Memorial 100th Anniversary Logo

As one of the most recognizable monuments in the country, this logo leaned into this famous design for their anniversary logo. By replacing three of the pillars with a large, elongated number 100, the designers created a clean layout but also one that one easy to recognize even without the ribbon and dates along the bottom clarifying what is being celebrated and the years of operation.

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Folsom Field 100th Anniversary Logo

It's a big year for Colorado football for many reasons, but one of them is the anniversary celebration for their famous Folsom Field. This mark combines their mountain skyline, yard lines from the field, and a beautifully line-art illustration of the stadium's exterior to set the stage for this anniversary logo. Behind the mark sits a large, block number 100 rising up from behind the mountains.

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Windsor Historical Society 100th Anniversary Logo

Starting with a square in the non-profit's traditional maroon color, this logo adds a large, block number 100 overlapping the bottom to create a strong, visual anchor for the design. At the top is the organization's name and mark, below the square are their years of operation, and at the bottom is the group's motto to create a tidy, on-brand design with a strong tie back to their usual brand.

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Gate City Bank 100th Anniversary Logo

Using a clean banner shape, this badge-style logo uses a dark blue background to create contrast with the number of their annviersary and the years of operation. Between the two wraps an orange ribbon that holds the name of the and the company's tagline to make a clean, easy-to-recognize tie back to their original brand.

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First Baptist Church of Kenmore 100th Anniversary Logo

This three-dimensional logo is designed for a dark red background and uses a few classic elements to create a clean logo. First, a gold circle with a thin rim creates the shape with the name of the church arcing around the outside of the circle. Inside sits an illustration of their church with a bit of perspective to add depth. Finally a white ribbon holds the word "celebrating" with the anniversary and years sitting just in front of and below that ribbon.

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Acadia National Park 100th Anniversary Logo

This seal-style logo uses a number of details to create a clean, balanced whole. First, a green circle with wide rim holds the name of the park and the word "centennial". Next, the inner circle is filled with an illustration depicting to beautiful shores and plants found in the park. A ribbon then holds the years of operation with arcing words above and below the seal holding the motto.

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National Park Service 100th Anniversary Logo

Starting with a large, block number 2016 to signify the year of the annivesary, this logo takes a recognizable shape that holds the National Park Serivice's primary logo - a downward pointing arrowhead - and swaps that for the number zero in a slightly lighter green. Below the number sits a word mark with the name of the organization and the word "Centennial" below in the same green as the arrowhead.

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Grand Canyon National Park 100th Anniversary Logo

This logo sits within a vertical rectangle shape. The top two thirds holds an illustration of the famous canyon in a classic WPA poster style. In the blue sky area at the top sits the years of operation. Below sits the name of the park and the word "Centennial" to clarify the reason for this special design.

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Rocky Mountain National Park 100th Anniversary Logo

This detailed anniversary logo uses a seal-style design to hold many unique elements related to the park. In the rim sits the name with a keystone shape holding the number 100 at the top. Across the front sits a ribbon holding the word "centennial" and the years of operation. Inside the seal are illustrations of wildlife with flowers and plants below and to the sides of the seal.

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Hot Springs National Park 100th Anniversary Logo

This logo starts with two overlapping rectangles, one placed vertically and the other horizontally. The horizontal rectangle is filled with black and gold letters of the park's name sit inside. In the vertiacl rectangle, the part sticking up from behind the name of the park holds a depiction of the park's famous architecture with the bottom holding a large number 100, the years of operation, and the words national park with blue behind.

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Yellowstone National Park 100th Anniversary Logo

Yellowstone's 150th anniversary logo starts with a hexagonal shape in an orange and brown color that's reminiscent of many colors throughout the park. Inside, layers of monochrome silhouette's depict the park's famous geysers and wildlife. In the bottom half, the name of the park sits just above the years of operation with a callout of the anniversary arching across the upper part of the design.

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Bay Shore Inn 100th Anniversary Logo

Building on the classic vibe of a lake or water themed brand, this logo uses a round seal-style shape as the foundation. Two tones of the brand's classic blue color make an inner circle and thick, outer rim. In the center is a large number 100 with the word "years" and a small wave icon set above and below to fill the circle. In the rim is the name of the inn and the word "anniversary" with a simple ribbon holding the year the inn opened.

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United Way of the Midlands 100th Anniversary Logo

Like other United Way anniversary logos, this logo uses the classic red, gold, and blue colors of the original brand with a large, block number 100 in the center to anchor the logo. The United Way logo sits neatly in the center zero with the word "years" bloe and tha date range on either side to add balance. Finally, the name of the chapter is displayed at the bottom for a clean, on-brand logo.

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Yankee Stadium 100th Anniversary Logo

This logo starts with the classic baseball diamond shape as the base and adds a large number 100 in the center to begin. Above that sits an illustrtion representing the landmark's famous architechture. To either side of the 100 sit the famous flags - the right one containing the "th" for the year - which also frame the number nicely. Below, a ribbon holds the years of operation and the name of the stadium to comlete the design.

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Columbia International University 100th Anniversary Logo

This logo uses a circle with a thick, navy blue border as the foundation. Inside that rim sit the name and mission statement of the school. Inside, a three dimensional silhouette of the school's famous buildings fills in the lower half of the space with a large number 100 in yellow following the angle of the buildings to neatly use the rest of the area inside the circle. A ribbon wrapping around the buildings then completes the design and contains the years of operation.

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Warner Bros. 100th Anniversary Logo

Starting with a large, block number 100, this logo fills in the first zero to create a canvas for their design. Next, the famous Warner Bros. watertower is placed inside that first zero with a slightly different blue color holding their traditional WB badge. Below the number 100 the words "years of storytelling" give the 100 context and reinforce what their brand is all about.

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USAA 100th Anniversary Logo

Like a few anniversary logos, this lockup is used almost eclusively on USAA's classic navy blue background. Similar to other logos, however, they kept their traditional logo and used a vertical line to separate it from a stylized block number 100 with three stars below. The zeros also make a clean infinity shape to add an extra level of design to this stylish mark.

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Aggie Ice Cream 100th Anniversary Logo

A stable of Utah State University's history, the ice cream shop within this school's campus wanted to celebrate their famous treats with a logo. So they started with an icre cream cone in the classic aggie blue, added a block number 100 in front of that with a ribbon below that wrapped below to contain the words "years" and "Utah's sweetest tradition." The logo was featured in the shop and on logo t-shirts and hats available in the store and online.

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Adams Memorial Hospital 100th Anniversary Logo

This unique layout for an annversary logo starts with a hanging banner shape in a shade slightly darker than the company's traditional teal color. Then, working downward, they add the primary brand logo followed by a styled "100 years" graphic. The 100 is in the brand color and features overlapping zeros with the word "years" inset within that overlap. Finally, extra text is placed above and below the number to add flow and balance.

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Komori America Corp 100th Anniversary Logo

This mark is full of meaning. First, the ten horizontal bars that make up the design represent the 10 decades they've been in business. Next, the color palette points to the industry they work in - printing - and all the possibilities those various colors can represent. Finally, a few upward-turning points symbolize progress and advancement going forward.

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