– L and V capital letters. This luxury goods brand has its initials as a logo, overlain on top of one another and designed in black. The name Louis Vuitton was supposed to be also present but eliminated for the quiz sake
– The man who lends this brand its name founded the company in 1854. It makes trunks, leather goods, shoes, watches, jewelry, sunglasses, books, and numerous other luxury products. From 2006 to 2012 it held the title of the world’s most valuable luxury brand.
– White wave and mountain in a red square. The famous sporting goods company has a red square for a logo, with the off-white outlines of a wave and a mountaintop inside. It was inspired by Japanese painter Hokusai. The name Quiksilver was removed from the logo for obvious reasons. The most frequent mistake is spelling Quicksilver.
-. Though founded by Australians, the brand is based in California, and it’s one of the world’s biggest producers of clothing and other equipment for surfers. It was founded in Victoria, Australia, in 1969.
– C and K black letters. The logo is made up of the brand’s two initials: a smaller C and an oversized k to its right.
– Founded in 1968, by an esteemed designer who lends the brand its name, this fashion label is based in New York – more specifically, in Midtown Manhattan. Its current owner is Phillips-Van Heusen. Aside from clothing, the brand is also famous for its perfumes.
– 2 silver chevron symbols in a gray square. The word “Citroen” written with red letters was removed. This French carmaker sports two upward pointing arrowheads in silver as their logo.
– It was founded in 1919, by Andre-Gustave Citroen and stood as the world’s first mass-producer of cars to be located outside the U.S. It took Citroen 8 years to become the largest carmaker in Europe and the 4th largest one in the world.
– Old logo with the green circle and black and white siren in it.This very famous logo consists of the double-tailed mermaid with a crown on her head, designed in white against the background of a black circle; this first circle is contained within a dark green one, with white borders.
– Based in Seattle, Washington, this is the world’s largest coffeehouse chain. It has over 20,000 locations in 64 countries. More than 13,000 of those stores are located in the U.S., with Canada, Japan, China, and the UK coming in on the following positions.
– Pink letter B represents the beginning of the entire logo of Barbie. The logo is a pink capital B in cursive
– This doll, produced by American company Mattel Inc. made its commercial debut in March 1959. Ruth Handler, an American businesswoman, is said to have invented it, with German doll Bild Lilli as a source of inspiration.
– Capital letter M with blue and white stripes. The logo of IBM consists in all 3 letters but to make your live difficult the developers excluded I and B letters. The three capital letters are designed out of blue horizontal lines.
– The brand’s name stands for International Business Machines. The technology and consulting corporation is based in Armonk, New York. It produces both hardware and software and provides hosting, consulting services, and infrastructure.
– Fat man waving. This rather famous logo depicts a white man, made entirely out of car tires. Michelin text on blue was removed from the logo.
– Based in Clermont-Ferrand, France, this company has managed to remain one of the two main producers of car tires in the world, alongside Bridgestone. It also famously publishes a series of acclaimed travel guides.
– Nike swoosh is well known.This logo has become synonymous with the brand itself: it’s a swiped, black tick sign, which stands for victory and achievement.
– This is one of the only two companies in the Fortune 500 chart that’s located in Oregon. Based in the Portland area, it’s one of the world’s biggest producers of sports shoes, sportswear, and sporting goods. In 2012, its revenue stood at more than $24.1 billion.
– The logo features the brand’s initials styled in lowercase, within a white circle, inscribed, in its turn, in a rectangular blue shape, with rounded corners. Blue square with a white circle in it. ‘hp’ letters and the word ‘invent’ were removed from the logo.
– The company started out in Palo Alto, California, as a one-car garage business, founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard. At the moment, it stands as the biggest PC manufacturer in the whole world, a title it has been holding on to since 2007.
– Blue ripped label without orange ‘blockbuster’ text. The logo is a blue ticket stub, with three of its edges bordered by a yellow line.
– This video and game rental chain is now closed down – it was forced to file for bankruptcy because of the increasing pressure exerted on the market by companies like Redbox and Netflix. In 2004, Blockbuster had some 60,000 staff and over 9,000 locations in America.
– One of the world’s most famous automakers has a capital Silver V and W on top of each other in a blue circle. Both are contained within a silver circle and sit on a blue background.
– The German carmaker is based in Germany’s Lower Saxony region. It’s the second largest producer of cars in the world and has no fewer than 3 cars in the top 10 of the world’s best ever selling cars. Its slogan is ‘Das Auto’.
– The logo shows only C and O letters in black.The logo consists of the brand’s name, spelled out in black, with a special font, which also bears the brand’s name.
– Most famous for the fact that it produces the cameras of the same name, it also makes video cameras, photocopiers, steppers, printers, and medical equipment. It’s based in Ota, Tokyo, Japan and is listed on the local stock exchange.
– Blue circle with letter l in it. The logo features an oval blue swipe, with the word Intel contained inside it.
– By revenue, this one of the largest makers of semiconductor chips in the world, as well as one of the most highly valued. It was founded in 1968 and its name stands for Integrated Electronics.
– Letters o and s in black fonts. The logo consists of the brand’s name written in black typeface.
– This world-renowned company was famously founded in 1975, by Paul Allen and Bill Gates. They were then selling BASIC interpreters designed for Altair 8800. The company rose to popularity and fortune during the 1980s, thanks to the MS-DOS operating system. It has produced three billionaires and over 12,000 millionaires.
– Black white and blue circle. The logo consists of two concentric circles: a larger black circle, with a smaller one divided into four quarters, alternatively colored white and blue. The letters BMW were removed from the logo.
– Founded in 1916, this company now produces cars, motorcycles and engines. It’s based in Munich, Germany, and, among other models, also produces the Mini brand of cars, as well as Rolls-Royces.
– Orange empty hamburger.This logo is a circular blue swipe with two stylized halves of a burger bun inside – one at the top, and one at the bottom
– First called Insta-Burger-King, the brand was born in 1953, in Jacksonville, Florida. The initial owner sold the company to two franchisers from Miami only one year after opening it. It is now valued at $3.26 billion.
– The logo is a blue parallelepiped, with two curved arrow-like shapes inside it. 3 blue lines.
– The brand is over one century old, as it was founded in 1895, in Bolton, Lancashire, England. It became a subsidiary of Germany’s Adidas in 2005 and is best known for its sportswear and athletic shoes.
– Blue cloud logo. The text ‘skype’ was removed.The logo is the brand’s initial, spelled in white against the background of a fluffy light blue cloud.
– This service first reached users in August 2003. It’s the creation of a Danish and a Swede, who collaborated with three Estonian back-end engineers. The voIP service was based on the same backend used in Kazaa. By late 2010, it had over 663 million registered users.
– The logo is the brand’s name, written in white capital letters, inscribed within a slanted, horizontally positioned blue oval shape. Blue ellipse with a letter A in it.
– The South Korean technology conglomerate was founded in 1938, by Lee Byung-chui, as a trading company. Over the ensuing thirty years, the company diversified its offer and eventually went into the electronics industry in the late 1960s.
-The McDonalds logo features the two famous golden arches against a red background.Yellow M in a red square.
– This is the largest burger chain in the whole world. It serves some 68 million customers each day, in its restaurants located in 119 countries. The chain opened in 1940, as a barbecue restaurant.
– The current logo is a departure from the initial one the music television featured when it first debuted. It contains an oversized black M with a volumetric design, and two small letters on its left. Black capital letter M logo.
– A Viacom unit, this channel famously launched on August 1, 1981, with the video for “Video Killed the Radio Star". It introduced the concept of video jockeys, nowadays referred to as VJs. Since, it has branched off into many sister channels and affiliates around the world.
– The logo is the brand’s name, written in blue small caps, with a fuchsia ‘r’ at the end. ‘kr’ letters. Blue k letter and pink r. The logo has the word flickr in it normally.
– Founded by Ludicorp in 2004 and purchased in 2005 by Yahoo!, it is one of the world’s largest image and video hosting websites. According to reports, in March 2013, the site had 87 million users, which uploaded some 3.5 million new images every day. In August 2011, the site was hosting over 6 billion images.
– The logo features a round faced man with a moustache and tuft of hair on his head, with a red bowtie around his neck. Funny man with mustache. Mind the correct spelling. Pringels is wrong.
– These chips are sold in over 140 countries around the world and sell upward of $1.4 billion each year. The brand initially belonged to Procter & Gamble.
– The logo famously includes a sketch-like hut roof in red, with black borders and a green leaf at the bottom, as well as a yellow swiped line beneath the brand’s name. Red hut logo with Pizza Hut text being removed.
– This restaurant chain is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc., the largest company of restaurants in the world. In 2012, there were over 6,000 such restaurants in the U.S. alone, plus over 5,000 stores in 94 other countries around the world.
– Red letter k. The logo is famous for the capital red K in italic, stylized cursive that it begins with. Most of the people forget about the double l or double g when writing the name of the logo.
– Also known as Kellogg’s of Battle Creek, this company’s HQ is – you guessed it – situated in Battle Creek, Michigan. Kellogg’s products are produced in 18 countries around the world and sold in more than 180. The brand has a Royal Warrant from Queen Elizabeth II.
– This classic logo is a red geometric shape (inverted trapeze) with a straight line at the top and two curves at the bottom. Simply red unknown geometrical figure with angles and curves in this logo.
– The denim clothing company in question was founded in 1853, when a Bavarian clothing manufacturer emigrated from Buttenheim, Bavaria, to San Francisco, California. He took on Jacob Davis’s invention, the work pants, and added copper rivets to their main stress points. That’s how jeans were born!
– The logo consists of the brand’s name, typed out in multicolored letters, with an initial small capital ‘e’ in red and a final capitalized ‘Y’ in green. Letters e and y in red and green.
– The company, based in San Jose, California, defines itself as a multinational Internet consumer-to-consumer corporation. It was founded in 1995 and became one of the top success stories of the dot-com bubble. Today, it has operations in over thirty countries.
– Capital black letter logo.The logo starts with a capital N, with a top line extending over the rest of the brand name.
– This brand, famous for its instant coffee products, is owned by Nestle. The brand’s name is actually a combination between the words ‘Nestle’ and ‘café’, the French for coffee. Nestle first launched its instant coffee products in Switzerland, in 1938.
– Logo with silver circle and a silver rectangle in which was supposed to have Nissan word.
– This logo belongs to a Japanese multinational producer of cars. Its headquarters are situated in Yokohama, Japan. The company’s CEO, Carlos Ghosn, is also the CEO of fellow carmaker Renault, and the two companies share technologies and production sites.
– The logo consists of a black square with rounded corners and a small “a" in white, with a rounded, yellow arrow beneath it. White letter ‘a’ with an orange smile underneath. The only logo unchanged by developers.
– This website was founded in July 1994 and went up online in 1995. It was first called Cadabra, but founder Jeff Bezos renamed it Amazon after one of the largest rivers in the world. The company started out as an online bookstore, but rapidly diversified its offer.
– Well known blue bird logo.This logo is a cartoonish, stylized light blue bird, seen from one side.
– The world’s biggest micro-blogging platform was set up in 2006, in March, and launched in July of the same year. By 2012, it had already amassed 500 million registered users, with a post output of 340 million tweets each day.
-The logo consists of the brand’s name, written in black, slim All Caps, in a font that looks similar to BlairMdITC TT. Logo with L’O letters.
– The French producer of beauty products has its headquarters in Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, France. It’s the biggest cosmetics company in the world, founded in 1909 by Eugene Schueller. It produces make-up, perfume, hair dye, and loads more products in this market segment.
– The logo features two symmetrical red bulls, going head to head in a confrontation against the background of a yellow circle. 2 red bulls and an orange circle.
– This energy drink brand was created in 1987, by Austrian company Red Bull GmbH. Its maker, Dietrich Mateschitz, was inspired by another energy drink, which was already on the market at the time, and which he discovered in Thailand. The company’s slogan is “Red Bull gives you wings".