Should corporate logos express evolution?

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I'm wondering if inanimate objects should express evolution as do living organisms. The recent Twitter kerfuffle has prompted me to wonder if the powder-blue, sweety-tweety-bird image is entirely appropriate, given its new-found predatory nature. Shouldn't it evolve claws and a hooked beak?
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*draws the Duolingo bird holding my family hostage*

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Well essentially you can draw a logo that used to be a single-cell organism a person.

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Define "evolution". The current "evolution" we have is complicated pictures to inanimate color blocks.

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That would be great, yes definitely. 
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I'm working on a new logo for them. It's one of the things I do.
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Oh? Any particular bird that you're working off as a base? Or are you just going for a general predator?
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imagine "alien" [Sigourney Weaver's nemesis] with wings
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That's.... terrifyingly awesome. I love it, Im rooting for your logo 
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I'm wondering if inanimate objects should express evolution as do living organisms. The recent Twitter kerfuffle has prompted me to wonder if the powder-blue, sweety-tweety-bird image is entirely appropriate, given its new-found predatory nature. Shouldn't it evolve claws and a hooked beak?

Is this an argument against evolution?
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No, it's an argument against a business entity representing itself as a harmless tweety bird when it is a predator. A logo is a graphic mark intended to aid business identity