Yoga Australia - If you look
closely, you can see that this
woman is making a pose that
forms the Australian continent.
WSU - In this logo, WSU‟s
initials form a cougar‟s head.
Via Rail Canada
The logo successfully incorporates
train tracks in the middle.
This logo shows the ambiguous
emotions of a schizophrenic.
To Beat or Not to Beat?
The To Beat of Not to Beat
logo uses a belt to make
the shape of a question
mark, posing the question:
To Beat of Not to Beat?
This logo has the elegant design
of piano keys that look like trees
to resemble a keyboard
The Pakuy logo consists of a simple „P‟
made of an unfolded box, thus representing
the work of the brand which is packaging.
As the name suggests, Mosleep is an organization
of doctors that deals with people having sleeping
disorders. The logo, for this company is their initial
„M‟ that was also designed to look like a bed.
This is a logo for an architectural organization. The
logo looks more like a maze in alternative colors of
peach and brown. But if looked at carefully, the
white stripes in the middle that look like the paths
of the maze are the lines that form the name “fuga”.
The font styling and use of colors does the work for
this logo, thus making it interesting to look at.
Missouri Western State University
The Missouri Western State University‟s logo
has an illustration of the school‟s mascot-a
griffon in the shape of the state of Missouri.
The Milwaukee Brewers logo uses the team‟s
initials (M and B) to form a catcher‟s glove
holding a ball.
believe that the
is hidden within
the LG logo.
This cleverly designed logo incorporates
the tail of a whale, and the Hartford Whalers
initials „H‟ and „W‟.
This one is pretty self-explanatory. The illustrations
of a book are stacked on top of each other to simulate
a skyscraper – a trademark of Gotham City.
Instead of using an uppercase
„G‟, the logo designers cunningly
used a lowercase „g‟ to not only
represent the first letter of the
company name, but to represent
a smiley face as well, giving
viewers an unconsciously positive
perception of the company.
Fort Worth Zoo
The red „fw‟ for Fort Worth
also creates an elephant.
One extra hole was added to the
button, to make an „F‟ for “Fashion
In the Families logo, the „i‟, „l‟, and second „i‟ are all different sizes, representing
the father as the long „l‟ and the mother as the longest „i‟ followed by the child.
The upper case “R”s in the Marriage logo mirror each other with their ends
sticking together, representing the bond of a relationship.
This one is really hard to see, but if you focus
on the black part of the logo, the airplane is
surrounded by the initials CD for City Direct.
The Chick-Fil-A logo incorporates
an illustration of a chicken with
the „C‟ in „Chick-Fil-A‟ in a not so
This logo is very simple and
clear in reference to the brand
name. The drawing of a zip
in place of an “i” shows very
obvious display of the company‟s
name. The designer Mark
Erickson uses the zip in the
“i” to connect Z and P. Raw
use of black and white adds
to the seriousness of the brand.
The logo is very precise, simple
and to the point.
This brand holds a very obvious but cute logo, made out of musical
notes joined at their ends making them look like a heart and
headphones at the same time. This creates a strong link of the logo
with the music as well as represents the love of music lovers. Use
of soft colours like pink and purple gives a feeling of happiness and
joy on seeing this logo, just like the one you get on listening to good
music. The logo designed is simple but very relevant to the brand.
The very prominent cursive handwriting used to write “Lafayette”
shows style and elegance in the brand. The two “t”s are tilted
towards each other making a tower, which gives an indication of
the origin of the brand. The “t”s represent the Eiffel tower, thus
making Paris the home of the brand. Decent use of red and black
leaves a stylish look with the logo, which goes hand in hand with the brand.
This logo doubles as an actual Falcon, and
an „F‟ for Falcons.
Most of you must have heard about this academic union. This union,
which was founded in the year 1896, has under it the top academic
universities all over the world which share a common interest in
research and development on the graduate and undergraduate level.
From the year 1949 up till 1990, the big ten consisted of ten universities.
On 4th of June 1990 it also included the Pennsylvania State University
into the conference. The name of the union remained the same but
if one is observant then the person could easily make out the number “11″
over the blue region next to G and T.
Well you must be wondering what is so special about this logo
that has now been replaced with a newer one. This one is fairly
easy to figure out. It is considered a piece of genius by many.
The pink circle houses an N along with a W with a pointer
(compass) pointing to the North West direction.
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