11 Ingenious Corporate Logos
A friend emailed me this the other day and I was amazed at all the little things I never noticed about these familiar company logos.
Did you ever look closely at them? I bet you’ll be surprised.
Do you see the arrow between the E and X?
The second and third T’s are two people sharing a tortilla over a bowl of salsa.
The world’s most famous bike race. The R in Tour is a cyclist. The yellow circle is the front wheel of the bicycle.
Arrow probably means Amazon has everything from A to Z. I always thought it was a smile.
There is a sideways chocolate kiss between K and I.
There is a bear in the image of Matterhorn. Toblerone chocolate bars originated in Berne, Switzerland, whose symbol is the bear.
See the 31 embedded in the B R? Thirty-one flavors!
Northwest Airlines. The circle is a compass. Guess which direction the arrow is pointing?
This is my favorite. See the gorilla and lioness profiles?
The smiley face is also a small G, as in Goodwill.
This used to be the emblem for the Milwaukee Brewers. The baseball glove forms an M and a B. The logo was designed by a college art student.
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