25 Famous Logos With Hidden Images
Posted by David Pegg on November 17, 2011
This non-profit boasts a cleverly drawn map of Africa, the continent being formed out of the white space that separates a child from its guardian.
It seems that sweet makers have a knack for including hidden images in their logos. This one may be hard to spot at first but we’ll give you a hint: Toblerone was started in the city of Bern, Switzerland which is famously associated with bears. Now, look closely at Matterhorn Mountain and see what you find.
There is a biker in there somewhere. Can you see him? He is literally on Tour. Notice how the “o”, “u”, and “R” all come together along with the yellow dot to form the image.
The cougars really outdid themselves with this one. In the logo their mascot is composed of the three letter acronym for their school.
Back when Quicksilver started Roxy it was trying to break into what it saw as the untapped market for female surfers. It was a gutsy move but it worked out and you can see how the heart shaped Roxy logo is derived from two back to back Quicksilver logos.
About David Pegg
David is the editor-in-chief of List25. He has a Masters degree in International Business from University of Florida. He loves to break dance, do flips, play guitar, and everything else that is fun. Follow him on Twitter @iamdpegg
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