Logos com imagens subreptícias (sempre quis usar essa palavra)

For the month of August, a series of guest posters will be fill­ing in on DWL with daily posts. Today’s posts come to you from Yael Miller of Miller Creative. For more from Yael, be sure to  fol­low her on Twitter. Enjoy!

There’s some­thing so fas­ci­nat­ing about a design that has some kind of hid­den detail that makes all the dif­fer­ence and leaves you with this really sat­is­fied feel­ing. We all know about the FedEx hidden-arrow logo, so I’ve col­lected some lesser-known logos from dif­fer­ent design­ers that I know of on Dribble, that con­tain some type of hid­den ele­ment or dual mean­ing. Which one is your favorite?

(01. Paul Saksin, 02. Dalius Stuoka, 03. Tyler Reckart, 04. Breno Bittencourt)

(o5. Breno Bittencourt, 06. Josiah Jost, 07. Breno Bittencourt, 08. Richard Baird)

(09. Naftoli Mann, 10. J. Fletcher Design,  11. Rock The F Out, 12. Yossi Belkin)

(13. Kendrick Kidd, 14. Igor Garybaldi, 15. Mike Bruner, 16. Paulius Kairevičius)

(17. Kevin Burr, 18. Gert van Duinen, 19. Markus Tallasken Halvorsen)

Source: Design Work Life » Logos with Hidden Meaning.