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Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

Steve
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Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing




More here...http://www.graphicdesignblog.org/hidden-logos-in-graphic-designing/
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Re: Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

Personally, I think this logo has the best hidden message of all:

It says ‘who cares what we spend public money on’.
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Re: Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

OGC is one of the best I think:

The OGC is the Office of Government Commerce, it is part of HM Treasury.
Are you starting to get a picture of the sort of people that might be involved in such a dept?
Now, tilt your head to the left whilst you look at the logo.
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Re: Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

Grin  Never noticed that before  Grin
Not young enough to know everything
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Re: Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

It was a relatively well publicised "Cock Up" when they rebranded relatively recently.
As is the way with these things, they'd spent too much money on it to be allowed to alter it after launch, so they have to put up with it.
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Re: Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

@James_G,  You oh me a new keyboard.  Grin
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Re: Logo's With Hidden Messages,Great Graphic Designing

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/formula_1/article7111124.ece
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Leading doctors are demanding an immediate government inquiry into “subliminal” tobacco advertising on Ferrari’s Formula One cars, and the company’s $1 billion relationship with the maker of Marlboro cigarettes, The Times has learnt.
The red, white and black bar code emblazoned on Ferrari’s racing cars and its drivers’ overalls is designed to remind viewers of a packet of Marlboro cigarettes, it is claimed. Under EU legislation it is an offence for a tobacco company to sponsor sporting events.