Lille is a city in French Flanders in the northernmost part of France, bordering Belgium. The actual city has a population of 228,000 inhabitants, making it the tenth-largest city in France, but it is the centre of the fourth-largest metropolitan area in France with about a million inhabitants. Last week, the city unveiled a new logo, created by Graphèmes, which is based in Lille.
The old logo was reportedly designed in the mid-80s. The new logo was developed with plenty of community input, and employs a playful red iteration of the city name while making the fleur-de-lis symbol much smaller.
A video from a local news station with some more lock-ups and applications:
Ville de Lille (archive)