From dazzling diamonds to beating hearts to burning flames, Eurovision organisers know how to dream up a logo.
Some months back, we asked you to vote for your favourite Eurovision logo of the 2010s. And now the results are in!
After counting a total of 2,805 votes, we can confirm that Eurovision 2019’s star is your favourite Eurovision logo of the 2010s.
Eurovision 2019’s star is your favourite Eurovision logo of the 2010s
The last Eurovision of the 2010s took place in Tel Aviv, Israel. The logo consisted of layered triangles designed to resemble a star, reflecting “the stars of the future” coming to Tel Aviv. It suited the contest’s slogan, “Dare to Dream”.
The geometric creation received 498 votes or 17.75% of all votes cast.
In second place is the dandelion clock from 2016.
The Stockholm logo depicted a variety of sparkling seeds, which combined into one glittering seed head. According to the powers that be, the logo can be interpreted “in different ways, and we liked the idea to start from a dandelion. Most people can relate to it. It has an enormous growth potential; it is widespread across Europe and it can move’’.
The flora-inspired logo attracted 387 votes or 13.8% of all votes cast.
Rounding out the top three is another Swedish concept — the 2013 butterfly.
The Malmö-held contest opted for its own take on the much-loved flying insect. The creature’s wings featured an array of colours and textures. It represented something small which can start powerful. Such big movements nod to a phenomenon known as the butterfly effect, whereby a flap from one butterfly can start a hurricane.
The 2013 mascot took home 358 votes or 12.76% of all votes cast.
Poll results: What is your favourite Eurovision logo of the 2010s?
- 2019: A star 17.75% (498 votes)
- 2016: A dandelion clock 13.8% (387 votes)
- 2013: A butterfly 12.76% (358 votes)
- 2018: Various oceanic motifs 12.23% (343 votes)
- 2011: A beating heart 9.23% (259 votes)
- 2015: A wave of spheres 9.23% (259 votes)
- 2014: A diamond 8.63% (242 votes)
- 2017: A namysto 7.7% (216 votes)
- 2012: A flower with petals of fire 7.66% (215 votes)
- 2010: Intersecting circles 1% (28 votes)
Total Votes: 2,805
Is the star from 2019 really the best logo of the 2010s? Which design did you vote for? Let us know in the comments.