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Google Logo History: The Freak Shows in the Early Years

Larry Page wants to give you a backrub.

Phil Edwards is a senior producer for the Vox video team.

Today, Google unveiled its new logo — a colorful, sans-serif treat that modernizes the logo for a new era in its company history:

This version marks a surprisingly long history of the logo’s iterations, including some truly horrifying versions that never saw placement on the search giant’s iconic homepage.


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