There is nothing better for a company than a great logo design that can get their message across. Here are logos with a clever meaning hidden right in front of you.
A set of lion eyes are peering out from the wings of this flapping bird.
A crescent moon is hiding in the foam of this cup of joe.
The face of the Spartan warrior is a golfer taking a swing.
One of the two F's representing Flight Finder has been flipped and molded to give the outline of an airplane.
Frankenstein Films speaks for itself.
These common computer-keyboard symbols have been assembled into the shape of a fish.
The Newcastle Food & Wine Festival lets the silhouette of wine bottles serve as the space between the prongs of a fork.
Two cat eyes peer out from a black background of this Black Cat logo.
Two arrows moving in opposite directions create the outline of an "H" in this Shift logo.
A city skyline can be seen between the legs of these two giraffes.
Is it a cup of coffee or a magic hat?
A screaming face is featured neatly in this roll of film.
The familiar stripes of a bar code are nicely incorporated into this mug.
A wavy line dissects the letters of "Boundary."
The thumb of this handprint is shaped like the head of a bear.
A shark fin doubles as blue paint on the tip of a paint brush.
A bird is taking flight from the letter "m" in "Freedom."
A tiny map of Australia is nestled between the bending arms, legs, and back of this yogi.
A hand shadow puppet of a dog.
A mustache doubles as the sheers on a pair of scissors.
The Guild of Food Writers nestled a little spoon into this calligraphy nib for its logo.
An elephant trunk was incorporated into the letter "e."
An "E" is hidden between these connecting power cords.
A knife is hidden in the letter "a" of "Blade."
A sliver of a golf ball doubles as a crescent moon in this Night Golf logo.
The pages from a handful of magazines in a circle look like a circus tent.
A sideways "2" doubles as an "N" in this Twins logo.
These tree tops double as black piano keys and the tree trunks act as the spaces between the white keys.
The knocked-over "i" looks like a fallen person.