The logo shows the iconic Olympic flame offset against a gold medal background with art deco lettering harking back to 1924 when Paris last hosted the Games.
In a nod to French culture and history, the design also has female lips and can be seen as a face depicting Marianne, the woman who has become synonymous with Republican France since the French Revolution.
Some have drawn comparisons to the design and the logo for dating app Tinder, while others have commended the unique reference to France's history.
Paris 2024 unveiled the artistic creation in a tweet on Monday, with the words: 'I am the new emblem of #Paris2024.
'The medal, the flame, Marianne. Here is the new face of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.'
Some were quick to compare the design to the logo of dating app Tinder, which has an orangey-red flame against a white background.
'I'm sorry but I see that,' one Twitter user said along with a laughing face emoji.
Another person drew the same comparison, saying: 'The logo of #JO @Paris2024 unveiled, not to be confused with @Tinder, although it is a beautiful nod to the French culture!'
Others pointed out that the logo looked 'nothing like' the real Marianne, who is displayed in many places in France and holds a place of honour in town halls and law courts.
'Looks nothing like her,' said one Twitter user, placing a picture of the bust of Marianne alongside the logo.
The game organisers said in a statement: 'It is made up of three symbols, both simple and powerful.
'The gold medal, symbol of sport. The flame, icon of the Olympic and Paralympic movement. Marianne, image of France.
'These symbols reveal a face that embodies our ambition to put people at the heart of the Games.'