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This was the first logo used by the site for a couple of years.
The "da" signature would come later in mid-2001. This logo was used with the site's Version 2.
This logo was also used with the site's Version 2.
The logo was used with Version 3 and some of Version 4 of the site. This main type of logo and font would remain in use until 2010.
The logo was used with the site's Version 4.
The logo was used with the site's Version 5.
The logo was used with the site's Version 6.
The logo was used with the site's Version 7.
DeviantArt launched a new logo designed by Moving Brands on December 4, 2014. This logo dropped the 13-year-old 'da' monogram for a new more abstract approach. The wordmark is an altered version of Klim Type Foundry's typeface Calibre (not to be confused with Calibri), where characters can be partially cut-off at or line up with 62°; the same angle in which the symbol leans.
“Our new look is not designed to compete or keep up with other companies, brands or websites—it’s designed to tell our story and showcase our art and artists in the best possible way”
—Angelo Sotira (spyed), CEO of DeviantArt
A mint-green variant of the 2014 logo went live on August 12, 2019, in line with the website's 'Eclipse' update.