Professional designers are sneering at the four short-listed logos for the 2020 Olympics, saying soliciting proposals from the public resulted in designs of low artistic quality.

The designs were chosen from almost 15,000 submitted in an open competition after a logo by Kenjiro Sano was pulled in September amid accusations of plagiarism.

The Tokyo 2020 Emblems Selection Committee is now accepting votes in favor of one of the four designs online or on a postcard until Sunday. The team will then submit its selection to the Tokyo 2020 board on April 25.