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1908–1923

Columbiarecords1920s

1923–1938

Columbiarecords1930s

This logo is still used in Japan.

1938–1958

Columbia Records 1938

1954–1963

Columbia Records 1957

The first variation of the now iconic "Walking Eye" logo was designed by S. Neil Fujita.

1963–1990

Columbiarecordslogo1962

A modified variation of the previous logo. This was originally supposed to represent a needle (the legs) on a record (the eye), but nonetheless it was still nicknamed the "Walking Eye" logo just like the last one.

1990–1999

Columbia Records Wordmark

This wordmark set in the Bodoni font, similar to the CBS wordmark, was used as the company's main logo during the 1990s after EMI acquired the rights of the company's previously used trademarks, which included the "Waking Eye" logo and the former "Magic Notes" logo.

1999–present

Columbia Records

This variation brought back the second "Walking Eye" logo combined with the previous wordmark based logo inside a box.


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