After this, you’ll never look at these logos the same.
You’ve probably seen a few of these, but I guarantee that there’s at least one you’ve never seen before. If not, I’ll PayPal you a dollar for being so awesome. Plus, I found something new in the FedEx logo.
Here are 21 famous logos with super-insane hidden messages that’ll blow your mind! Try to find the hidden symbolism before you read the descriptions.
All of these logos are trademarked by their respective organizations.
The arrow makes a smile and Amazon sells everything from __ to __.
2. Atlanta Falcons
The logo is an “F” for Falcons.
3. Baskin Robbins
Everybody knows Baskin Robbins has “31″ flavors.
4. Big Ten
Most people know about the arrow between the “E” and the “x.” But did you notice that the “ed” hangs lower than the other letters. And! There’s a spoon in “Fed.”
6. Formula 1
The black is the letter “F” and there’s a “1″ in the negative space.
Do you see half of a happy face or do you see a “g”?
8. Knight Transportation
There’s a knight in armor with a spear in the middle of the “K.” But if you look closely you can also see the head of a horse.
9. Le Tour de France
There’s a bicyclist in that logo. Hint: The yellow is a wheel.
Some speculate that the logo for Life’s Good is inspired by Pac-Man.
11. London Symphony Orchestra
What do you see first? The initials “LSO” or a conductor with a wand?
12. Milwaukee Brewers
First I saw it as a baseball mitt. But if you look closely you can see the “m” and the “b.”
NBC’s logo is a forward-looking peacock that incorporates the six primary and secondary colors in its feathers. The six feathers symbolize NBC’s six divisions: News, Sports, Entertainment, Stations, Network, and Productions.
14. Northwest Airlines
You probably see an “N” in a circle. But the triangle makes a “W” for “west” and it points northwest.
15. Roxy and Quicksilver
Roxy is a clothing brand for women owned by Quicksilver. The logo is comprised of two Quicksilver logos to make the shape of a heart.
16. Sony Vaio
The Sony Vaio logo symbolizes the integration of analog and digital technology. Th “VA” forms an analog wave and “IO” represents a binary 1 and 0.
The “L” isn’t an “L.”
18. Sun Microsystems
Sun’s logo is four interweaved copies of the word “sun.”
The “T” is the bottom-side of a driver.
Toblerone originated from Bern, Switzerland. The town is also known as “The City of Bears.”
Do you see the two people enjoying the chips and dip?
Bonus: The 5th Face of Mt. Rushmore
Same image rotated 90 degrees to the left. If you’re having trouble seeing the fifth face, blur your eyes.
Which logos haven’t you noticed before? Do you know of any others?
If you’ve seen all of these, let me know in the comments and I’ll make good on my guarantee.
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Post image by: Mykl Roventine