Pepsi ads look like Pepsi drinkers. We give Pepsi props on this one: truth in advertising!
K9 Compassion Foundation
The K9 Compassion Foundation is promoting a noble cause for sure, although the silhouette of its logo paints quite a strange picture.
This European sausage company appears to have been in business for nearly 100 years but its ads are a little suggestive.
Dodge of Burnsville
Seems that John Adamich didn’t realize the other meaning of ‘db’ the way it’s written…
Taiwan Health Bureau
Are these three dancing in a conga line?
Pride in Oldham!
It appears that the Oldham design team didn’t realize the other way their wise owl could be viewed!
Catholic Church’s Archdiocesan Youth Commission
Believe it or not, this is no joke. This is the logo they went with. You think a graphic designer was doing some serious trolling of the Catholic Church when they submitted this?
We’ve never heard of doing it A-Style, it must be a new thing. Good thing their logo is so descriptive, we feel like we’ve got a pretty good idea now.
Looks like a great logo for ‘OGC’, sounds like a wonderful company . . . I wonder what the logo will look like when you turn it on it’s side? Hint: what if it was a person?
That’s one happy sattelite dish. What does he have to be so happy about? Oh . . . I guess we would be happy too . . .
Arlington Pediatric Center
Would you take your kids here? Take a good, hard look at that logo before you answer this question. Someone should tell Chris Hanson about this place.
If you don’t see it, like many of these, the secret is to just think anatomically. We promise that once you see it, you’ll never be able to un-see it.
I suppose this is a full-service dental cleaning. They provide check ups, cleanings, fillings, and happy endings.
The Computer Doctor
This makes us think of the guys who come do house calls to repair computers in the VHS movies you ‘found’ in your dad’s sock drawer . . . Maybe this is intentional, they know what most people use computers for.
Locum. The name of this company is Locum. We can’t possibly imagine a way that this logo could be interpreted to spell anything other than Locum.
The Texas Longhorns
Looks a little bit too much like the female anatomy for our tastes . . . maybe they should be called the Texas ovaries?
The pharmacists here are really hands-on. Tell them your symptoms and they’ll go deep to find the source of the problem.
Kerning is the art of adjusting spaces between letters and words. I think the designer who came up with this logo should work on his kerning skills.
Junior Jazz Dance Class
When you see it, you’ll LOL. . . are there two people in this logo, or one?
The 2012 London Olympics Logo
Having trouble with this one? Think of the two shapes on the left as a man and the two on the right as a woman . . .