Well that didn't take long. After last week's Internet backlash, San Francisco's favorite khaki maker* has reverted back to their classic logo. Gap president Marka Hansen apparently changed her mind about how "contemporary and current" the new logo was after an "outpouring" of pro-bono replacements offered up by designers.

A Gap rep says Laird & Partners (the New York Agency that created the logo) haven't been ejected yet, but the clothing company did mention they are pursuing a crowdsourcing project in the near future. The lesson here? Never underestimate the power of underemployed freelancers.
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(*Do people still wear Dockers?)