Behind an image, there is something more: creativity, education, employment, and culture. And our jobs are to encourage, create, defend, and help the labor of the Drillimation Network. The Drillimation world today moves in images. The works of doujinshi, such as films, anime, video games, novels, and especially entertainment are essential to our society. To expand the world of doujinshi, the Dream Logos Wiki was born.


Back in 2011, a group of Logopedia users, who wanted to make custom logos, founded the Dream Logos Wiki. The main goal was to resolve the problem of fake logos being uploaded on Wikipedia on Logopedia and have users put them here instead. The wiki began rising in popularity in 2013 thanks to this change. Today, over thousands of users have made the switch to here.

In 2015, a Japanese-American game developer going by the name of Susumu "Driller" Takajima, adopted the wiki to prevent it from being disbanded. As of today, it is currently owned and operated by the Drillimation Gaming Network. The following year, a spin-off of the site, the Dream Fiction Wiki, was created.

From 2014 until 2018, Kaylor Dale Blakley was involved with a large number of edit wars, as well as the infamous "kaleidoscope promo" fad that annoyed many users for a couple of years. After a huge number of attempts to eradicate him, he was formally impeached from his position, with Takajima taking control of the site.

About our mascots

Susumu Takajima is the site's mascot, while Kagami Ochiai is the site's "moe anthropomorphism"1


  1. Moe anthropomorphism is a term used for taking inanimate objects, primarily services, and countries and portraying them as a cute young girl.
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