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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo

Logos. The history of the Nintendo logo. 1889–1950. 1950–1960. 1960–1965. 1965–1970. 1967–1975. 1968–1975. 1970–1975. 1972 ...

logos.wikia.com/wiki/Nintendo

Nintendo phased out their gray variant as the company's main logo and re- introduced the red colour, but as a background colour against a white variant of their ...

kotaku.com/the-nintendo-switchs-logo-is-not-symmetrical-and-arrrr-1790953835

Jan 8, 2017 ... As someone who craves order in my product and logo design I was already uneasy about the two dots not being symmetrical, but could live ...

kotaku.com/5099017/nintendo-feels-all-grown-up-changes-logo

Nov 25, 2008 ... Für den Fall, dass Sie es nicht längst getan haben, möchten wir Sie sehr herzlich bitten, ab sofort nur noch das aktuelle, graue Nintendo-Logo ...

www.nintendo.com

The Nintendo Official Website is the home of the Wii U console and Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS systems, plus new and classic games for all ages.

www.giantbomb.com/nintendo/3010-90/forums/nintendo-to-change-its-logo-219694

Bye nostalgic red hello new grey.edit: the new logo has been in place since 2006 but it was yesterday/today that Nintendo asked press to no longer use.

blog.beforemario.com/2012/03/nintendos-logo-through-years.html

Mar 11, 2012 ... Nintendo has used the familiar "racetrack" logo (referring to the line surrounding the name) since the early 1980s, only tweaking the design ...

commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nintendo.svg

2009-01-07 04:48 WODUP 504×124× (9800 bytes) rv to grey, Nintendo logo is ... bytes) {{Move to Commons}} == Summary == [[Nintendo]] logo, SVG format.

www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/new_logo_for_nintendo_switch.php

Oct 21, 2016 ... About. “Nintendo Switch is an upcoming home/portable video game console hybrid developed by Nintendo. Officially unveiled in October 2016, ...

www.creativebloq.com/inspiration/why-the-nintendo-switch-logo-is-subtly-asymmetrical

Feb 6, 2017 ... Discover why the logo for Nintendo's new console is deliberately asymmetrical.