We see creative logos for different companies all of the time, but how often are you really paying attention to the actual logo? These creative logos will definitely make you think twice when looking at company brands from here on out. Enjoy.
Not only does the logo show 90, but it can also be read as the percent (%) symbol.
The faces also outline the continent of Africa.
Ever notice that the a has an arrow going to the z, meaning they carry everything from A to Z!
Art Sharks – The logo is a paintbrush and shark fin.
Bar Code is a beer mug and bar code.
Baskin Robbins has the abbreviation of BR, but notice how the pink numbers are 31 for the 31 flavors that they carry.
Bearhanded – This one is pretty self-explanatory but it’s a bear and a hand.
Both of the C’s are also cat eyes.
Pay attention to the A. It has a knife outlined inside.
The magenta lines matched up with the gray lines say boundary. Kind of cool!
The Bronx Zoo is located in New York and look at the outlines in the giraffe’s legs. It’s the New York Skyline!
Is that a circus tent or magazines?
CodeFish used coding symbols to make up their logo.
Notice how the foam of the coffee makes up the moon.
I’ve never noticed this before, but the C and the O make the shape of a tire.
You have a socket, a plug, and an E all for Ed’s Electric!
A logo made only of 8’s.
The empty space of the E is an elephant trunk.
I’ve seen the Fed Ex logo thousands of times, but never noticed the space between the E and the X making an arrow.
Two F’s making a plane in the middle.
I like this logo a lot with the fork’s spaces being made up of wine bottles.
This logo is for the Guild of Food Writers. I like that they took the tip of a fountain pen and filled the negative space with a spoon.
The space between the F and the red waves makes up a 1.
The green logo could either be film or Frankenstein.
The top part of the M is made of a bird, and is flying away for freedom.
Depending on how you are looking at it, it’s either a G or a smiley face.
We’ve all done this as a kid! Hand plus shadow = handydog
Is that a film reel or a scared face?
I like that there are animals outlined between the elephant’s trunk, body, and legs.
Lion Bird really explains itself, but I like the look of this logo.
This is the logo for the London Symphony Orchestra. I can see the LSO but can you see the conductor waving the baton?
Magic Coffee – Is that a magician’s hat or a cup of coffee?
Scissors and a mustache. Very clever logo for a barber shop.
Not only can you see the peacock in the NBC logo, but the rest of the logo stands for colors & pride.
See how it’s the same logo just upside down. This logo was one of the first times this was ever done.
The golf ball does make a good moon when you add a little shading.
The W is also an N, and that little arrow is pointing northwest.
I like the simplicity of this logo – it’s a piano and a forest depending on how you look at it.
Did you notice the gorilla and tiger staring at each other in the outline of the tree?
The arrows also make an outline for the H in this clever logo.
Do you see a golfer or did you see the Spartan with the helmet?
The logo to the left is also made up of the word Sun.
As many times as I have eaten a delicious Toblerone, I’ve never noticed the bear climbing the mountain.
The R in Tour is also a bicyclist.
The sound waves make up this clever logo for Sony Vaio.
The space between her leg and back is the shape of Australia.
Be honest now! How many of these creative logos have you noticed before? Honestly this made me realize how little attention I pay to company logos as well as the millions of dollars in advertisements shoved in may face every day.