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More of your alternative Olympic logos

Richard sent this

The Olympic logo has received a mauling from the public. Here is a second gallery of designs by readers. Richard sent us this.

Simon Hamblett sent this

Simon Hamblett: "Shocked to see how much money was spent, considering it is our money! This took 30 minutes."

Paul Day sent this

Paul Day sent this design.

Richard Bamsey

Richard Bamsey: "One more for the pot."

James Douglas sent in this

James Douglas "Watching the news this morning I thought I'd open up my laptop and spend 20 minutes putting this together."

Sam Boulton sent this

Sam Boulton sent this design.

Glenn Holland sent us this

Glenn Holland sent this design.

Richard Lobacz sent in this

Richard Lobacz: "I think this much more iconic of London than the hideous logo that has been unveiled!"

Jason Salt sent this

Jason Salt: "The colours of 2012 represent the UK. England - red, Scotland - blue, Wales - green, N Ireland - gold. The flame represents the Thames and the human spirit."

Andrew Robinson sent this

Andrew Robinson: "The five colours represent Olympic tradition. Also a bundle of taxpayers money going down the drain." Follow the link on the right to see the first gallery.



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