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2003–2019 2019–2023 2022–present
2003–2019 2019–2023 2022–present


Warner Bros. (2001)

This logo continued to be used on some divisions of Warner Bros. until 2020.


Warner Bros. 2019
Designer:  Emily Oberman (from Pentagram)
MCKL (typeface)
Typography:  Warner Bros. Sans
Launched:  November 13, 2019

Warner Bros. revealed a new logo on November 13, 2019, created by Pentagram. The new logo is a refinement and modernization of the iconic Warner Bros. shield that has been part of the company's visual identity since its founding in 1923. The new Warner Bros. shield logo was introduced on Tenet in 2020 as a prototype, which reused assets from the 1998 logo, until being given a cleaned up, proper animation on the HBO Max original movie Locked Down in 2021.[1][2] The shield is reminiscent of the shield used by Warner Bros. Records from 2003 (around the time it was spun out of Time Warner/WarnerMedia, now Warner Bros. Discovery) until it became Warner Records in May 2019.


Warner Bros. Discovery (2022) symbol
Designer:  Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv[3]
Typography:  Warner Bros. Condensed
(custom-designed, modified from TT Norms Std Condensed)
Launched:  April 8, 2022

This version of the shield logo was initially used as the corporate symbol of then newly-merged parent Warner Bros. Discovery. However, its use spread to some Warner Bros. properties such as the water tower on the Burbank studio lot[4], and for a brief time (and again since 2024), its YouTube channel profile. Since December 2022, the logo has been used for the company's centennial celebration. The 2022 logo become the official logo of Warner Bros. Entertainment since 2023, with Warner Bros. Pictures adopting a new logo with the banner starting with Wonka in December of that year, while the 2019 logo remains in use for copyright stamps and many other secondary purposes.


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