Creative logos with hidden Subliminal messages! Yes they are all around us. You probably see numerous logos every day. How often would you stop to appreciate their details and hidden meanings though? Well, this is the chance. While some tend to be obvious as opposed to runners, all of these famous logos hold some kind of secret, they all have hidden subliminal messages.

All logos are typical samples of subliminal transformation.

This the first is a classic. Not only could be the Amazon logo smiling but there’s also an arrow starting with the “a” and ending for the “z”. That’s right, Amazon has sets from A to Z.

This the first is a classic. Not only could be the Amazon logo smiling but there’s also an arrow starting with the “a” and ending for the “z”. That’s right, Amazon has sets from A to Z.

Famously recognized for its 31 flavors (supposedly to ensure that a customer would have a new flavor each day of the month) Baskin-Robbins causes it to be known of their logo.

Famously recognized for its 31 flavors (supposedly to ensure that a customer would have a new flavor each day of the month) Baskin-Robbins causes it to be known of their logo.

Although at time of this writing you can find 12 schools inside the Big 10 (Nebraska-Lincoln was added this coming year), if this logo is made following Penn State’s addition in 1990 there have been 11. Because the conference didn’t want to change its name it went for something a bit more subtle…logo magic.

Although at time of this writing you can find 12 schools inside the Big 10 (Nebraska-Lincoln was added this coming year), if this logo is made following Penn State’s addition in 1990 there have been 11. Because the conference didn’t want to change its name it went for something a bit more subtle…logo magic.

Another sports team, this one might be somewhat harder to differentiate for those of you who don’t watch baseball. Notice that the glove is actually a composite of the letters “b” and “m”.

Another sports team, this one might be somewhat harder to differentiate for those of you who don’t watch baseball. Notice that the glove is actually a composite of the letters “b” and “m”.

The name in the French international hypermarket chain means “intersection” in English. If you look closely enough so as to the big “C” within the white space is really constructed beyond two arrows pointing in opposite directions. How appropriate.

The name in the French international hypermarket chain means “intersection” in English. If you look closely enough so as to the big “C” within the white space is really constructed beyond two arrows pointing in opposite directions. How appropriate.