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1977–1982 1982–1985 1985–1991 1991–1994 1994–1997
1977–1982 1982–1985 1985–1991 1991–1994 1994–1997
1997–2008 2008–2015 2015–2020 2020-present
1997–2008 2008–2015 2015–2020 2020-present

BRT TV2

1977–1982

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1982–1985

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1985–1991

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1985–1987

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1987–1991

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TVTWEE

1991–1994

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BRTN TV2

1994–1997

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Canvas

1997–2008

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Canvas launched in December 1997, replacing BRTN TV2 along with Ketnet. The new identity was created by Lambie-Nairn (also designed the TV1 and Ketnet's logos). The name "Canvas" is meant to symbolize an empty canvas "waiting to be filled with colour and movement".

In 2008, Canvas+ is launched.

The idents featured a mirror in the shape of the logo filmed around Flanders.

New idents were made by Red Bee Media in 2005.

2008–2015

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In January 1st, 2015, Eén+ and Canvas+ are relaunched replacing Op 12.

2015–present

2015-2020

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The new logo was designed by Why Not Associates (also designed the new Eén logo). The logo font is called Gotham.

2020-present

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In the autumn of 2020, Canvas received a branding refresh which resulted in a redesigned logo, a slimmed-down version of the 2015 logo. This time, the two rectangles are 20% less thicker than the original.

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