Okay, here's one that isn't all that hidden. The "C" that's actually a chicken in Chick-fil-A is likely something you noticed right away. But here are some more that might prove to be a little tougher to spot.
If you look at that capital "P" at the beginning, you may notice that it's a bit pointy at the bottom. Almost as if it was actually a pin this whole time! Does this mean the logo was designed by M. Night Shyamalan?
Is this a "B" and an "R," the initials for Baskin Robbins? Or is it a "31," for their number of flavors of ice cream? Trying to figure this out is enough to give you a headache (and unfortunately, it doesn't come as a result of having just eaten a sundae).
You've probably seen this logo many times, but you may not have noticed the pair of sunglasses hidden inside. But if you missed it, don't feel bad. You probably didn't notice because they were placed on the "B," instead of their usual location on Tom Cruise's face.
By doing this particular stretch, this yoga practitioner has formed the entire continent of Australia. So if you learn yoga here, they'll hopefully teach you to form Australia. Otherwise, you should definitely demand all your money back.
If you didn't notice before, the dot in the "i" is also bowl of salsa. And the two "t"'s are also people...and they're both holding onto a single chip. Apparently, it's the only chip that's left. This could get ugly.
If you look closely at the upper parts of the "G" and the "i," the diagonals in the negative space look like razor blades. And if you look even more closely, the letter "e" looks like the roll of toilet paper that you tear a small piece from after you cut yourself shaving. (Okay, maybe that last one is a bit of a stretch.)
The Hyundai logo is designed to look like two people making a deal. In this case, we can only assume it's a deal to buy the car itself. And we can also only assume the deal was agreed upon before the salesman mentioned the extra cost for rustproofing.
When The Big Ten collegiate conference first expanded in 1990, they had a problem, because they now had 11 colleges. To fix this, they made this new logo with an "11" hidden inside. It worked because it's okay for your conference name to be inaccurate, as long as you can subliminally convince people that everything adds up.
Between the "K" and the "I" is a hidden Hershey's Kiss. The reason you may not have noticed right away could be because the Kiss is completely naked. So maybe you should throw it some tin foil and give it some privacy.
For the London Symphony Orchestra's logo, they simply have the letters "LSO." But upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's also a conductor. But if you go see the LSO, don't get your hopes up that the conductor is actually made up of squiggly lines.
In the negative space of the "E" and x," there a forward-pointing arrow. And in the negative space between the "F" and the "e," it almost looks like an old mailbox on the street corner that's empty because everyone is using Fed Ex. But we're guessing that one is unintentional.
The "g" in this logo is also half of a smiley face. So remember to look for this logo when trying to locate a used clothing store. Recognizing it will help you whenever you're out doing some Goodwill hunting.