Creative Anniversary Logos

Pokemon 25th Anniversary Logo

When you're a brand that's as popular as Pokemon, it doesn't take much more than replacing the eys of one of your most famous characters with simple, round representations of the numbers for the anniversary they're celebrating. Folks like me who don't know much about Pokemon may not recognize it, but people like my daughter who love the brand will know instantly what it represents.

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Pro Source Fitness 20th Anniversary Logo

When you run a gym and you're celebrating an anniversary with a new logo, why not use a part of that gym that is both ubiquitous but also shaped like a zero? By using a plate as one digit and adding some metalic sheen to the number 2, this gym create a clever, on-brand mark. Below sits the name of the gym in the brand's primary blue colors.

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Blue Moon Brewing Company 20th Anniversary Logo

Blue Moon's famous blue circle and ribbon had all the elements the designers needed to adapt for an anniversary logo. By moving the ribbon down to expose more of the blue circle and placing a darker number 20 in the area left behind, this logo is easy to recognize but also being unique. Simple lettering above and below helped clarify the reason for celebration and round out this design.

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Goldenwest Credit Union 85th Anniversary Logo

Goldenwest was originally founded as the Ogden Railway and Depot Company Employees Federal Credit Union, so on their 85th anniversary they tipped their hats to their rail-related roots by turning the number 8 into an illustration of a train engine. With their traditional mark peeking out from the side and the word anniversary across the middle, the design was a fun recognition of how far they've come.

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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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Tolsa 65th Anniversary Logo

Sometimes what you need isn't a logo as much as a graphic. So while this graphic may no fit the traditional rules of a logo, it does serve its purpose really well. With a background in the brand's gold color, the logo at the bottom, an enlarged mark in the top right, and the number and reason for celebration in the middle, this graphic worked well on thier website as a content block and on social media.

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Truly Nolen 85th Anniversary Logo

Famous for the black ears that are seen throughout their branding and products, Truly Nolen used the same concept as the starting point for their anniversary logo. A large block number 85 below the ears specified the year, a ribbon held the years of operation, and a thin, black tail made this mark easily recognizable.

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