I think it would be a great advertising opportunity to open up the logo to a public competition. Let's say, a $50K prize with the condition that the winner must get super majority. It would highlight the strength of dash's governance, that you can't just walk in and make changes.
I'm not entirely sure about the mechanics but perhaps utilize a non-free sms vote to determine who goes into the final proposal.
Michael Tharp is ex partner Lippincott, I'm not sure if a $50k contest will attract the same calibre of work. Core did choose a different path for the rebrand via Ogylvy, and the money that they spent is already gone. Imagine the chaos if we only had the one O&M logo to vote on. We can thank Drako for organising this other option as well as convincing Michael to do this work without any guarantee of payment.
That said, the masternode network would still have to vote on a $50k proposal just to get the competition funding, so if this is something you are interested in organising, nothing stops you from stumping up the 5 Dash for it.
Re: SMS voting.
Free and non-free SMS doesn't work. A guy once told me he wins $15k talent competitions by buying a ton of prepay phones and hammering in votes at $1 each. I guess this works because regular people simply don't want to part with money to place a vote. Not to mention competing coins may use their communities to land us with something terrible as a logo as well as reclaim the $50k spent to exploit the voting mech.