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Corporate Logos That Contain Subliminal Messaging

Corporate Logos That Contain Subliminal Messaging

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    The Baskin Robbins initials are used to advertise its number of ice cream flavors (31).
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    This logo actually has two hidden messages. The arrow points from a to z, referring to all that is available on Amazon.com, and it doubles as a smile.
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    Look for the arrow in the FedEx logo
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    The smiling, winking face is pretty easy to see in the LG logo.
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    A glove and the letters 'm' and 'b' in this old logo for the Milwaukee Brewers
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    This logo is a perfect ambigram; it can be read from any direction. (Note also that the graphic doesn't actually include an S, merely artfully arranged u's and n's.)
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    Look for the dancing bear in the mountain
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    The Tour de France logo hides a biker
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    See the people in the middle around the bowl of salsa?
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    In case you ever missed the peacock in the middle
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    This logo for Sony's computers represents the brand's integration of analog and digital technology. The 'VA' is designed as an analog waveform, the 'IO' is binary code.
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    This company incorporated the binary code spelling of their name. Using blue squares as ones and grey squares as zeros, 1010000 (80) is the top line, while 0010100 (20) is the bottom.