2003 - The original Chicago Rubbermen logo was created by renowned gay erotic artist Drubskin. It incorporated the gasmask - an icon of the rubber fetish - with the four stars of the City of Chicago Flag, and red/white/blue motif to represent our city and country.
2008 - Sly Hands, MIR15, designed the 2008 logo alongside the Manchester Rubbermen logo. The new design incorporated a tire to represent raw rubber, a font that's used by rubber tire companies, and banners that were re-styled to mimic sheet latex. The new logo incorporated a field of two stripes representing the branches of the Chicago River (this mirrored the Manchester Rubbermen logo's with three stripes representing their three rivers). Sly did a refresh to this logo in 2013, and since developed coordinating logos for the following clubs: London Rubbermen, Vancouver Rubbermen, Dutch Rubbermen, and Barcelona Rubbermen to show our solidarity with rubber fetishists around the world.
2021 - This logo was lovingly updated from Sly's original artwork by Joe "Chicago Rubber". The club name was changed to reflect our passion to be a safe rubber space for all LGBTQ+ rubberists.