Events and communications director Amanda Hibbs has responded to the mixed reception to the newly-released logo for the 2021 Guernsey Island Games.
She said the designers were under strict guidelines from the International Island Games Association, so it could not be too Guernsey-orientated.
The twos in the logos represent cyclists, or runners or swimmers on the block, the zero represents an athletics track and the one signifies a field or pitch marking.
After its official release, the logo met with some criticism for not being clear enough – with some dubbing it the '20211 games' because of the line through the one – and it not being 'Guernsey' enough. Some also argued the twos looked like 'people with hunches'.