1903–1928 (primary), 1928–present (secondary)
The logo is the "CRAYOLA" text all in a bold uppercase font, with the "C" and the "A" being bigger than the rest of the logo. "TRADE" and "MARK is above and below the logo respectively. All of this is encased in a fancy-looking frame. This logo is still used on some tins.
In 1928, the logo became a much simpler "CRAYOLA" font.
In 1930, the logo's font changed again.
In 1939, the logo's font changed yet again.
In 1941, the logo's font changed to one similar to the 1930 logo, but more stretched.
1944–1967 (primary), 1967–1972 (secondary)
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This logo uses the same font as the 1939 logo, but the colors are different.
1967–1983 (primary), 1983–1989 (secondary)
In 1967, Crayola changed its font, and the 'rayola' part changed to lowercase. This logo has never been used on crayon wrappers until 1972.
In the late 1980s, Crayola changed font again and blacked the logo, while created in '72. This logo stopped being used on boxes and advertisements in 1997 but remained on the products themselves until 1999. The next logo, which is a color version of this logo, is from 1997. This Crayola logo still exists on some crayon wrappers in the 1997 box, so big crayons, and kids first crayons. This also still exists on some older Crayola crayon boxes. This logo stopped being used on Crayon wrappers in 2006.
In 1997, they have made a forever new life for Crayola with the more effective and useful and strong cardboard boxes with a nice smooth texture and tough to rip and more environmental friendly unlike the previous logo and they also have added in a rainbow in the Crayola logo so the Crayola logo is now not just the green word Crayola anymore like in the previous logos! And this is the most friendliest Crayola logo and clear and effective and environmental friendly Crayola logo.
In 2002, the first secondary version of the 1997 logo was introduced but did not had the friendly rainbow like in the main version of the 1997 Crayola logo so in 2006 they changed the secondary version of the 1997 logo with a yellow oval with a green outline and a rainbow to make it better and this secondary version of the current 1997 logo is most like the old Crayola logos from the old pre-1996 days.
In 2006, the secondary version of the 1997 logo has remade with 3D texture and with a rainbow in it just like the main version of the 1997 logo and this secondary version of the 1997 logo is better than the 2002 secondary version of the 1997 logo because the 2002 version looks like the old Crayola logo from the old pre-1996 days. The reason for this is possibly due to the 1997 logo frowning. And also, a year later, Binney & Smith was renamed Crayola LLC.