The power of logo design: hidden messages
|January 26, 2012||Posted by Anharris under Communications, Design-Graphic, Topics|
A friend sent me the following in an email that has likely gone viral.
It shows that great logo design is definitely a fine art… It doesn’t show that hidden in the html is a link to www.divinecaroline.com–so perhaps someone there is surreptitiously seeking hits/links for search engine optimization. I’d like to credit/link to/meet whomever put it together–so if it’s yours, do please contact me or comment!
In any case, I think the email is interesting…and worth sharing with my readers.
—Anita M. Harris , President, Harris Communications Group. HarrisCom, located in Kendall Square, Cambridge, is a strategic PR firm offering integrated marcom, media relations, social media, Web content and thought leadership services to research institutes and emerging companies.
Can you spot the hidden message in these famous logos ?
Do you see the arrow between the second “E” and “x” ?? I had never noticed this before.2nd and 3rd “t’s” are two people sharing a tortilla over a bowl of salsa.Probably the world’s most famous bike race. The “R” in “Tour” is a cyclist – yellow circle front wheel of bicycle.Arrow probably means Amazon has everything from A to Z ?There is a sideways chocolate kiss between “K” and “I”.There is a bear if you look closely at image of Matterhorn . Tobleronechocolate bars originated in Berne , Switzerland whose symbol is the bear.See “31” embedded in the “ B R” ?? Thirty one-derful flavors!Northwest Airlines. Circle is a compass. Guess which direction the arrow in upper left corner (or beginning of “W”) is pointing ?See the gorilla and lioness ?Smiley face is also a “g” like in “goodwill”..Used to be the emblem for the Milwaukee Brewers. Baseball glove forms an “M” and a “B”. Logo was designed by a college art student.