Or the 17 alternate Expo 67 logos you may have missed
By Productions de la ruelle
Logo 01Inspired by Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, the double-symbol represents man in harmony, i.e. “the union of hearts and minds to generate peace.” For the official logo, designer Julien Hébert then groups them in a circle, the Earth, to symbolize Man and His World.
Logo 02A vague resemblance to Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, but with a Canadian symbol: the maple leaf, and dated ‘67. Too easy!
Logo 03A bit of First Nations folklore… which may have been too limited to fill the purpose of Expo.
Logo 04And the world seems like it’s about to be squished to smithereens!
Logo 05Inflating the symbol for man: somewhat limiting!
Logo 06This demands an explication! At least the year is indicated.
Logo 07Interesting! A four-leaf clover of sorts.
Logo 08A traditional maple leaf including the World in the hands of man.
Logo 09Exacerbated style!
Logo 10Variation on an ambivalence.
Logo 11Stylish maple leaf enclosing the World of ’67.
Logo 12The sun shining on all continents.
Logo 13A cross? And a black hole…
Logo 14Variation on the Vitruvian Man.
Logo 15Expo 67 Wants You!
Logo 16Variation on the Vitruvian Man with a head round like the Earth…
Logo 17Could be the symbol for the United Nations.
Logo 18Canada grasping the Globe.