As you've probably heard, Gap had its hands full last week when the Internet went nuts over the clothing retailer's new Helvetica-meets-gradient square logo. In response to particularly harsh commentary on design blogs and amongst the Twitterati, Gap made the decision to revert its website back to the old logo on Monday, October 11. Unfortunately a lot of the new Gap clothing already has the recalled logo on the tags, so we'll have to see how it actually plays out. Don't worry, though, Gap: People still love your brand, and not every logo rebranding effort is a home run. As a tribute to the recent controversy, we've compiled our Top 10 Logo Redesign Missteps of the Past Decade for your viewing pleasure.

Tags: art, fails, gap, logo
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