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1992–2004 2004–2010 2010–present
1992–2004 2004–2010 2010–present

1992–2004

Cartoon Network 1992.svg
Designer:  Hatmaker
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Typography:  Eagle Bold
Launched:  October 1, 1992

On October 1, 1992, Cartoon Network was officially launched and debuted its now-iconic logo, featuring a black and white 7x2 square grid with each letters of the company's name on it set in Eagle Bold. The logo was designed by Hatmaker, a division of Corey McPherson Nash. This logo still appears at the bottom of the Cartoon Network website.

2004–2010

Cartoon Network 2004.svg
Designer:  Animal Logic
Typography:  Eagle Bold
Launched:  June 14, 2004

On June 14, 2004, Cartoon Network launched a new on-air look, and a new logo replaced the one that had been used since the network launched nearly 12 years earlier. The new logo's design was made up of two black and white cubes with the network's initials ("CN", borrowed from the previous logo), and the network's full name underneath it, also in the same typeface as the previous logo. The development of the new on-air identity was led in-house in association with Animal Logic in Sydney, Australia. It is based on Hanna-Barbera's 1958 logo.

2010–present

Cartoon Network 2010.svg
Designer:  Brand New School
Typography:  Gotham Black (modified)
ITC Lubalin Graph Bold (officially "CN Bold", 2010-present)
Avenir Next Rounded (2010-present)
TT Norms Pro Black (2021-present)
Launched:  May 29, 2010

On May 29, 2010, Cartoon Network introduced an updated logo and on-air look, created by its in-house design team and Brand New School. The new slogan "CHECK it" was also introduced (possibly a play on the design of the network's former "checkerboard" logo). The checkerboard theme is used extensively in the new look. It was first used in bumpers featuring Chewbacca to promote the third-season finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The new logo was later brought to various European countries in November 2010, then to Asia in October 2011 and Latin America in January 2012.

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