The logo was revealed for the first time during Robbie Williams' Homecoming Gig on 4 June 2022 and has been designed to celebrate his 25th anniversary of his solo career with the album XXV. The logo is very lean, only showing the outline of the letters RW in black.
Another redesign... the logo is square now and the letters RW have a different font.
Designed to celebrate the release of 'The Heavy Entertainment Show', this logo shows an inverted R and a square W with a wiggle. The logo is shown on the boxing gloves featured in the album booklet and in the teaser video.
Designed to celebrate the release of 'The Heavy Entertainment Show', this logo shows the word Robbie with a big W behind it.
The logo is redesigned with a retro look for Robbie's album Swings Both Ways.
For Robbie's album 'Take The Crown' the logo is adjusted to RW in golden letters with a crown on top of the W.
In 2011, the first version of the logo is reintroduced.
In 2010, a special logo is released to celebrate 20 years of Robbie's career. It is based on the first logo and has a ring around it saying 'celebrating 20 years in music *1990-2010*'
This logo was created to celebrate Robbie's 20th anniversary in music, it's the number 20, with the original logo shown in the zero.
The logo gets a complete redesign. It now consists of the letter R, a question mark and the eye of Horus, which Robbie also has a tattoo of in his neck
The tribal logo was designed exclusively for the 2003 'What We Did Last Summer' tour, known for its famous Knebworth gigs, hosting 375,000 people over 3 days and another 3.5 million people watched live on television and online.
Each single has a large stamp of the logo. The logo appears in various colours, like red and purple.
'Strong' was the first single the RW logo appeared upon. This gave Robbie a brand that was immediately recognisable to his fans. The logo consists of a black circle with the letters RW on it, the opening in the R represented by a star.