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2007 2007–2008 May–July 2008 July–October 2008 October–December 2008 July–December 2008 2008–2009
2007 2007–2008 May–July 2008 July–October 2008 October–December 2008 July–December 2008 2008–2009
April–August 2009 2009–2010 2010–2011 2011–2014 January–September 2014 2014–2015 2015–2016
April–August 2009 2009–2010 2010–2011 2011–2014 January–September 2014 2014–2015 2015–2016
2015–2018 (Fandom wiki) 2016–2017 2017–2018 2018–2020 May–June 2020 2020–2022 2022 (unused), 2023 (April Fools')
2015–2018 (Fandom wiki) 2016–2017 2017–2018 2018–2020 May–June 2020 2020–2022 2022 (unused), 2023 (April Fools')
September 2022 September–October 2022 2022–2023 2023–2024 2024–present
September 2022 September–October 2022 2022–2023 2023–2024 2024–present

C.L.G. Wiki[]

2007[]

CLG Wiki 2007
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Designer:  Eric S.
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  2007

This and the next four logos could only be seen as part of the graphics on the wiki's homepage during their respective time periods.

CLG Wiki[]

2007–2008[]

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May–July 2008[]

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July–October 2008[]

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October–December 2008[]

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2008–2009[]

July–December 2008[]

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This logo was used in tandem with the previous two logos until their respective retirements.

This is also the first logo to be used as a banner.

2008–2009[]

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April–August 2009[]

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2009–2011, 2015–2018[]

2009–2010[]

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Designer:  Phil Q.
Typography:  Century Gothic
Launched:  2007 (creation)
2009 (first use)

The "CLG" portion of this and the next two logos is based on the logo originally designed by former owner of the CLG and reggae singer D. L. Chandell for the Yahoo! Closing Logo Group in 2004.[1]

2010–2011[]

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This logo was still used on the Dream Logos Wiki until 2014.

2015–2018 (Fandom wiki)[]

CLG Fandom logo
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Designer:  Phil Q.
Typography:  Century Gothic
Launched:  2007-10 (creation)
May 2015 (first use)

In May 2015, the CLG Wiki attempted to migrate to Wikia (currently known as Fandom). This move was not well-received, and was later aborted.

This logo was originally designed around 2007-10 for the CLG Video Network.

2011–2014[]

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In 2013, the wiki migrated to WikiFoundry after six years on Wetpaint.

The silhouette in the square is taken from a promo for Universal Studios made by Bo Gehring, which was frequently recycled for promos for the wiki.

2014–2017[]

January–September 2014[]

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This logo was still used for the Company Bumpers Wiki until 2021, and Dream Logos Wiki on WikiFoundry until its shutdown in 2020.

2014–2015[]

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2015–2016[]

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This logo was only used during the wiki's 8th anniversary (see Anniversary).

2016–2017[]

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2017–2018[]

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Designer:  Nick Lancer
Typography:  Century Gothic
Launched:  July 23, 2017

This logo was only used during the wiki's 10th anniversary (see the Anniversary page). It won a design competition held on the wiki in a forum thread.

This is an homage to the original Closing Logo Group logo. The white sections in the CLG wordmark resemble a 10. The logos on the red section are those deemed "scary", the logos on the green section are then-modern logos, and the blue section are logo parodies.

2017–2022[]

CLG 2018 logo
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Designer:  Evan Hogan (symbol)
Mitch Hang (gradient glow)
Typography:  Century Gothic
Launched:  Late 2017

2018–2020[]

CLG Wiki 2018 Banner
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Designer:  Mitch Hang and Nick Lancer (banner)
Evan Hogan (symbol)
Typography:  Century Gothic
Launched:  March 6, 2018

This logo was still used on the Miraheze website's Cologne Blue skin (which is modified to resemble the WikiFoundry interface) until 2022. It was also revived briefly on April 1, 2023 as part of AVID's April Fools' joke.

May–June 2020[]

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On May 4, 2020, the CLG Wiki migrated to Miraheze after seven years on WikiFoundry. WikiFoundry shut down shortly after.

2020–2022[]

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2022 (unused), 2023 (April Fools')[]

CLG wordmark 2
Designer:  Isaac Wykes (icon)
Isaac Wykes and Lyric West (typeface)
Typography:  AVID Sans (custom)
Launched:  2022 (unused)
April 1, 2023 (April Fools)

Originally created for a planned redesign of the website, this logo went unused due to the name change to AVID. Its only official usage was on the icon of the website's Discord server.

The logo was revived briefly as part of an April Fools' joke in 2023.

Audiovisual Identity Database[]

September 2022[]

AVID placeholder (September 2022)
Designer:  hb1290
Typography:  Segoe UI Light
Launched:  September 29, 2022

On September 9, 2022, just months after the wiki's 15th anniversary, the wiki's leadership departed. Following this, the CLG Wiki rebranded to the Audiovisual Identity Database (AVID) after consensus was reached in an on-wiki discussion. A poll was created to choose the final logo, which closed on October 3, 2022; during the vote, a placeholder logo was used.

This logo was updated after a few minutes of usage to make it more readable.

September–October 2022[]

AVID Logo
Designer:  hb1290
Typography:  Segoe UI Bold
Launched:  September 29, 2022

This logo was used for five days before changing, as it was a placeholder.

2022–present[]

2022–2023[]

AVID 2022 LOGO
Designer:  Kris Valdespino
Isaac Wykes and Lyric West (typeface)
Plasticity (color palette)
Typography:  AVID Sans (custom)
Launched:  October 3, 2022

On October 3, 2022, the winning submission, designed by Kris Valdespino, was officially adopted as AVID's logo.

Until September 26, 2023, it could still be seen on the "Logos", "Forum", "Tutorial Guide", and "Page Requests" buttons on the main page.

2023–2024[]

Audiovisual Identity Database logo 2023
Designer:  Kris Valdespino
Isaac Wykes (logo modification)
Isaac Wykes and Lyric West (typeface)
Plasticity (color palette)
Typography:  AVID Sans (custom)

Montserrat (website, 2023–2024) AVID Web (website, 2024)

Launched:  April 2, 2023

A modified version of the 2022 logo, designed by Isaac Wykes and Kris Valdespino, was rolled out across the wiki on April 2, 2023. The logo was made thinner so as to be able to adapt it for a typeface, and the gradient was modified to incorporate purple.

2024–present[]

Audiovisual Identity Database (2024)
Designer:  Kris Valdespino
Isaac Wykes (logo)
Quinn Davis (typeface)
Inaudible (modification)
Typography:  AVID Web
Launched:  June 8, 2024

A modification to the 2023 logo was introduced on June 8, 2024, using the AVID Web typeface instead of AVID Sans.

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