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New Belfast logo: Our graphic artist came up with these for free (on his tea break)

Three of the logos created by Belfast Telegraph’s graphic designer Raymond Esteban (inset left) within 20 minutes
Three of the logos created by Belfast Telegraph’s graphic designer Raymond Esteban (inset left) within 20 minutes

cate mccurry

It took less than 20 minutes over a cup of tea to create these alternative Belfast logos - a stark contrast to the two years Belfast council spent designing the latest city logo.

Belfast Telegraph graphic artist Raymond Esteban mulled over a few ideas on his afternoon tea-break to develop three edgy and eclectic logos that promotes the city's vibrant history. 

The bargain busting designs could be sold for as little as £25 each - a fraction of the £50,000 Belfast City Council is set to fork out.

The logos include a snapshot of Harland & Wolff's Samson and Goliath cranes, as well as the famous Belfast bap and footballer George Best. 

Think you could do better? Send your suggestions to digital.editorial@belfasttelegraph.co.uk

Belfast Telegraph’s graphic designer Raymond Esteban
Belfast Telegraph’s graphic designer Raymond Esteban

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