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29 Cleverly Made Logos with Hidden Twists

Mich Escultura

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We see logos everywhere we go. It’s a subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) form of advertising that makes us remember a brand based on their logo. But while we think the creators of these logos just come up with cool looking logo to represent a brand, a lot of these designers put way more thought into the logos they make.

Just check out these examples.

#1. The “i” looks like someone who’s just been killed.

killed

#2. The trees take the form of piano keys.

piano-forest

#3. The “N” is sideways number 2.

twins

#4. Are they pages of a magazine or a circus tent?

circus-of-magazines

#5. It’s a golf ball and a cresecent moon in one.

night-golf

#6. This one’s subtle, but the “a” has a hidden knife in the middle.

blade

#7. The space between the connecting power cords forms the letter “E.”

eds-electric

#8. An elephant trunk inside the letter “E.”

elefont

#9. It’s a calligraphy nib with a spoon inside. Very clever.

guild-of-food-writers

#10. Shears and a mustache in one logo.

mister-cutts

#11. It’s a finger puppet in the shape of a hand. Get it? Get it?!

handy-dog

#12. Freedom’s logo has a bird flying away.

freedom

#13. The blue tip of the paintbrush looks like a shark fin.

art-sharks

#14. It’s an upside down hand that also looks like a bear.

bearhanded

#15. A little tough to read at first, but the wavy pink line is a boundary between the top and bottom part of the logo.

boundary

#16. It’s a barcode and a beer mug because it’s a bar!

barcode

#17. The film reel kind of looks like that iconic face from Scream.

horror-films

#18. It’s a cup of coffee, but it’s also a magician’s top hat.

magic-coffee

#19. The animals’ legs make up the city’s skyline.

the-bronx-zoo

#20. The negative space of the up and down arrows create an H.

shift

#21. No need to tilt your head because you can clearly see the cat’s eyes in the “C” of both words.

black-cat

#22. Food = the white space looks like a fork. Wine = the wine bottles between the prongs of the fork.

newcastle-food-and-wine-festival

#23. The common coding symbols create a L337 fish.

codefish

#24. It’s a piece of film that looks like Frankenstein’s monster in side view.

frankenstein-films

#25. Flight Finder’s two F’s create the shape of a plane in between.

flight-finder

#26. One of the most clever logos out there: It looks like a golfer and a Spartan wearing a helmet!

spartan

#27. There’s a hidden moon inside the coffee cup.

coffee-night

#28. Depending on what you see first, it could be a bird in flight or the face of a lion.

lion-bird

#29. This yogi is carrying the silhouette of Australia on her back.

yoga-australia

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