In case you weren't craving ice cream yet today, let's chat about Baskin Robbins! This beloved ice cream chain offers 31 flavors of ice cream so that customers can come in each day of the month and try a new flavor. If you look at the Baskin Robbins logo, you can see the number 31 accentuated in pink.
When you think of Wendy's, do you think of home-cooked, comfort food? Probably not (although we can't knock their Frosties). But the creators of Wendy's logo decided to incorporate the word "MOM" into the fast food chain's logo to subliminally suggest that you can find some great home cooked meals at Wendy's. Take a second to see if you can find "MOM" in this logo.
Found it? If you haven't, here's a hint: Take a peek at Wendy's collar.
Roxy is the female counterpart of the surf-inspired clothing line Quiksilver. At first glance, Roxy's logo resembles a heart, but upon closer inspection, you can see that this heart-shaped logo was created by putting two Quiksilver logos together.
Donating your clothes to Goodwill and shopping at Goodwill helps bring smiles to people's faces... at least that's what the logo seems to insinuate. If you look a bit closer, though, you'll see that what looks like half of a smiling face is actually just a larger version of the "g" in the word "goodwill" below.
Tostitos are a necessity for any fiesta, right? Of course they are! Just look at the two "Ts" in the middle of the word — they've been designed to look like two people sharing a chip over a bowl of salsa. And when people come together to share tortilla chips, you know it's a party.
Even if you're an avid pinner, you might not have noticed this subtlety about Pinterest's logo — the stem of the "P" is a pin. Clever! (As if you could expect anything else from the site where you can find a million and one craft ideas!)
Amazon makes everyone very, very happy. After all, going to the physical store and interacting with humans is so overrated. But this overwhelming sense of happiness can be found in Amazon's logo, which has an arrow that resembles a smile stretching from the "a" to the "z." The logo also illustrates that Amazon has all types of products available, from a to z.
Everybody recognizes the Golden Arches. Like, literally everybody. This iconic logo looks like an "M," as in an M for McDonald's, but psychologist Louis Cheskin believed there was something else at work with those supple arches.
He believed that customers unconsciously associated the Golden Arches with "a pair of nourishing breasts."