Cleverly designed logos that are sure to amuse, shock and inspire you!
A brand logo is a part of its identity; a logo speaks of a brand without using words. Brand logos have the power to make or break a brand. Therefore, it is crucial to design a brand logo that speaks volumes about your brand, represents its core and also looks great.
Created by a myriad of talented designers, here’s a bunch of cleverly designed logos with dual meanings that are a representation of the name or the work of the brand. Find inspiration to fuel your work with these fascinating designs that are the epitome of creativity and therefore should be discovered by all!
Amazon.com offers you a smile & books from titles from ‘A’ to ‘Z’.
Baskin Robbins offers 31 flavors, the number is also in their logo design.
Look into the letter ‘C’ for the eyes of a cat.
A coffee cup in the shape of the Roman Colosseum.
A fish made of code symbols.
Anyone noticed the coffee froth – it’s a moon with an eye.
Did you spot the arrow in the ‘Ex’?
Double Fs connected with a plane in the middle.
The peacock in the logo is a symbol of color and pride.
A barber shop for men symbolized by a moustache and a scissor.
The London Symphony Orchestra logo features a conductor with a baton and makes LSO.
The leaf in the logo represents the word Natural.
The letter ‘R’ shows a man riding a bicycle, the orange circle being the front wheel.
Guess ‘I’ got killed.
The brain and the tree represent thought and eco-friendly solutions.
The birds flying off the letter ‘M’ represent freedom.
There are two feet smoothly cutting through the letter ‘S’ .
Analog and digital represented in the Sony Vaio logo.
Cleverly designed logo reads Studio 45.
The chip spells the word ‘Sun’ in each direction.
Who can see the Spartan with a helmet and who can see a golfer?
The spaces between the legs of the animals form buildings of Bronx.
Spot the horror-struck face in the reel?
A spoon between the nib of a fountain pen.
A beer jar made of barcode.
See if you can spot the map of Australia!
Ever noticed the bear in the mountain?