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Hidden meanings in logos

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

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What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

faceavs.jpg

What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

True. That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. I could play that game too. Look at the puck, it's shaped like an "M".

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Took me a damn long time to see that beaver. The guy's whole face basically makes the beaver's two eyes. Cute little thing, if I do say so myself.

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

faceavs.jpg

What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

True. That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. I could play that game too. Look at the puck, it's shaped like an "M".

Since this was brought back up, does this help?

ANOTHERfaceavs.jpg

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

faceavs.jpg

What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

True. That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. I could play that game too. Look at the puck, it's shaped like an "M".

Since this was brought back up, does this help?

ANOTHERfaceavs.jpg

Nick???

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

faceavs.jpg

What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

True. That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. I could play that game too. Look at the puck, it's shaped like an "M".

Since this was brought back up, does this help?

ANOTHERfaceavs.jpg

Nick???

If it were Nick, wouldn't he need to have a triple chin and eyebrow ring?

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Dr. Phillips HS Panthers in Orlando, FL. Not really hidden by any means, but seems to have some commonality with some of the logos presented in this thread.

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

faceavs.jpg

What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

True. That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. I could play that game too. Look at the puck, it's shaped like an "M".

Since this was brought back up, does this help?

ANOTHERfaceavs.jpg

Will you just STOP IT!!!!??!!!???

(what the hell is wrong with the tip of that dude's nose?)

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(what the hell is wrong with the tip of that dude's nose?)

Brown noser?

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Here is Batman going down on a chick, reverse style I might add....

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And the notorious Wildcat giving head....admitted to and since removed

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and I dont see no stinking beaver...

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Here is Batman going down on a chick, reverse style I might add....

LOL. Now that's the only thing I see when looking at that label (fortunately, other than in this thread, I'll never have to look at that label.)

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The negative space is an H. I know you probably know this already, but it took me years before I realized it.

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And the notorious Wildcat giving head.

Well you're gonna need to describe this one.

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And the notorious Wildcat giving head.

Well you're gonna need to describe this one.

The tounge.

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That is pretty neat, never heard that. I still maintain that this part of the Avalanche logo is not a coincidence:

faceavs.jpg

What in blue blazes am I supposed to be seeing? I see nothing.

True. That's the dumbest thing I've ever seen. I could play that game too. Look at the puck, it's shaped like an "M".

Since this was brought back up, does this help?

ANOTHERfaceavs.jpg

Not in the least. I think it's a stretch to analyze that part of the logo anyway. I could go on about conspiracy theories involving the NHL, the Avs, and such, but I'm sure it was coincidental.

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And the notorious Wildcat giving head.

Well you're gonna need to describe this one.

The tounge.

Woah, was that intentional!? I still dont see Batman. :(

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I still dont see Batman. :(

Flip the red dog logo upside down and look again.

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Not in the least. I think it's a stretch to analyze that part of the logo anyway. I could go on about conspiracy theories involving the NHL, the Avs, and such, but I'm sure it was coincidental.

I know it's not supposed to be a face, but when you think about it, that part of the logo looks like absolute garbage. It does not resemble anything, I cannot tell what it's supposed to be (icicles?), and it obstructs a clean view of the puck. It wouldn't be too crazy for someone to sneak an image in there, since the finished product looks like crap regardless.

Now I wonder, since it's not a face, why does that part of the logo look so messy?

In short, it's not crazy to analyze that part of the logo. I just don't think it's intentionally a face, but all parts of that stupid logo are subject to critique.

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The puck is at the front of the Avalanche surrounding the letter A. It's all icy and icicles are hanging on the front. No face, no nothing.

I understand it's icy, but it's a poor representation of iciness, especially because the jaggies are so small and everything else is quite bold. I just don't think it's crazy to analyze that part of the logo.

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And the notorious Wildcat giving head.

Well you're gonna need to describe this one.

The tounge.

Woah, was that intentional!? I still dont see Batman. :(

The curled back tongue is a dick, in my wildcats mouth and yes it was intentional. The artist admitted to it and I am not sure of the repercussions. It all went down in the late 90's but the Cats were winning title after title back then and it all got swept away.

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St. John's University (MN) logo. Pretty obvious what's "hiding" here. But would anyone like to take a guess? Sorry, I couldn't find a better logo.

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A number one because they are #1?

The St. Johns "Johnnies"?

Seriously? The "Johnnies"???

There's nothing #1 about that. Generally Urinals are for #1... Johnnies for #2.

Their football coach is #1. John Gagliardi is college football's career coaching victories LEADER. Read the whole Wikipedia article, it's pretty crazy what he has done. Very interesting stuff.

As your name is oldschoolvikings, I am surprised you did not know this about Minnesota football history.

Also, "Johnnies" is not nearly as bad as the womens' college, St. Benedict's, home of the "Bennies".

Actually, the original athletic nickname for SJU was the "Blue Jays". "Johnnies" came into use some years later.

John Gagliardi walks on water around there. Johnnies chuckle whenever some talking head refers to Bowden's or Paterno's career numbers, as those chaps have some catching up to do. :D

And the St. Benedict's (St. Ben's, or CSB's) teams are the Blazers, whereas the students are known as Bennies. The shuttle bus that scoots between the SJU and CSB campuses is known as the Bennie Bus.

Other MIAC teams with school/nickname ties are the St. Thomas Tommies and the St. Olaf Oles (although I believe the Oles were originally the Lions).

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