The Chicago Sun-Times logo is now better than ever
The Chicago Sun-Times began as the Chicago Evening Journal in 1844. In 1948, due to the merging of the Sun-Times with the Chicago Daily Times, the name was changed to Chicago Sun-Times. From 1980 to 2000, the paper changed hands multiple times. Since its first appearance, this publication has featured an intriguing logo.
Their font was easy to read, making it ideal for a newspaper. They also included a sun image in the center. Even though the word “Chicago” was written on the side of the word “Sun,” the logo is easily recognizable. The new version is not much different, but it has a more pleasing impact.