Bernie Sanders brought back the logo from his 2016 presidential election bid for his 2020 run.
- The logo, which notably features the informal “Bernie” — without a last name — is set a thick sans serif.
- Beneath this is a blue and red swish.
- The dot on the “I,” meanwhile, is replaced with a star.
- While the design is clean and — at least to some — iconic, it also has some odd irregularities between thicknesses in the type and the swishes.
- The same goes for the star, which seems rather week against the rest of the design.
- The “B” also seems a bit out of proportion with the rest of the characters.
- In addition, the odd gaps between the swishes and baseline of the letters is a bit odd, and creates awkward trapped whitespace between the “r” and “n.”