Published on August 22nd, 2013 in Logo Quiz Answers
Logos Quiz Answers Level 2
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Rover – British car manufacturing company logo – black trapezoid the yellow boat.
Lucasarts – American video game developer famous for LOOM, Monkey Island, Indiana Jones, has nine letters – yellow man with sun above.
Nasa – responsible for the space program and aeronautics and aerospace research – blue circle with red line on it.
Honda – everyone knows Honda logo I think, it’s a silver square with letter H in it.
Ferrari – well known black horse in a yellow square logo with Italian flag above.
Toys R Us – toy store chain headquarter in Way, New Jersey – logo with blue letter R with a star in it.
UPS – brown with yellow shield shaped logo
Coca Cola – no need for hints for this one isn’t it?
Olay – Skin care retail brand owed by Procter and Gamble’s – brownish face of a girl.
LinkedIn – white letters i and n in the blue square.
Ford – the name Ford was removed from the blue oval shape
Panasonic – ideas for live should say all. No need to mention P and c.
Suzuki – red letter S logo.
Verizon – Easy to spot, v and z letters help you enough.
Monster – green claws indicate initial of the brand.
SAP – German corporation founded as ‘System Analysis and Program development’ – blue trapezoidal shape with White P in it.
Yahoo – if you don’t know this try Angry Birds.
Chevrolet – same here.
Adidas – too easy.
Price – company founded by Robert H. McClure of Princeton – green i and e letters.
Dell – founded by Michael DELL – blue circle with E inside.
YouTube – this is so level one P.
Dodge – American car manufacturer – logo with red shield with a ram inside.
Corona – brand of pale lager produced by Cerveceria Modelo in Mexico. Yellow crown logo.
Axa – French global insurance group – blue square logo containing a red line and a white x.
Mercedes – just received a new hint for nothing.
Pantene – the name comes from Panthenol, a key ingredient, brand of hair care products.
Toyota – 3 tangent circles in different angles.
NBC – TV station represented by a rainbow above the name.
Dunlop – tennis player John McEnroe used this brand racquets, equipment for tennis, squash, golf, badminton and bicycle. Red arrow with capital D in top.
DreamWorks – American film studio – blue logo with a boy fishing on a moon.
Nintendo – ‘leave luck to heaven’i Japanese, multinational corporation based in Kyoto, developing games like Gameboy, NES, SNES – red and white logo, letter N followed by missing Intendo.
Allianz – core business and focus is insurance – circle with 3 blue stripes inside.
Harley Davidson – Motor Company
IMDB – gold plate logo.
NIVEA – blue rectangle with white text.
Heineken – Dutch beer made since 1873 – red square above a black label.
Chanel – fashion brand – double capital C in mirror looking like a chain.
Swatch – contraction of ‘second watch’ – logo similar with Swiss flag.
Adobe – Flash, Dreamweaver, PDF and Photoshop are some products of the company.
Ikea – Founded by Ingvar Kamprad – easy to recognize.
Facebook – we couldn’t figure this out.
Interflora – ‘flowers worldwide’ ‘say it with flowers’, organization of florists from 42 countries – logo with yellow and black medal representing a man with flowers in his hand.
Alfa Romeo – car manufacturer from Italy.
Sony Ericsson – founded in 1876 as a telegraph equipment repair shop by Lars Magnus Ericsson – the green ball is easy to spot but some friends of us found spelling difficult typing Sony Ericson instead.
Cisco – American multinational founded by Richard Troiano, Sandy Lerner, Len Bosack.
Whirlpool – manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances.
Nikita – Logo with black capital N and A, ikit was removed.
Nokia – telecommunication company – only letter K is disclosed.
Konica Minolta – formed by a merger between two Japanese imaging firms with slogan ‘the Essential of imaging’ – the logo is blue with white stripes.
Netscape – once dominant web browser in terms of share.
Pepsi – no need to explain.
Campbells’s – American producer of canned soups and related products – Red square logo with only ‘s at the end.
Hello Kitty – fictional character produced by Japanese company Sanriohas a sister Mimi.
In-n Out-Burger – chain of fast food restaurants from western US. The logo presents a yellow arrow.
Atari – video game and computer company founded in 1972.
Wikipedia – Earth Globe made from puzzles.
Tommy Hilfiger – fashion company founded in 1982 by the designer Hilfiger.
ABC – one of the big three television networks – the logo has a black circle with small letter a in left side.
HTC – manufactured first phone that used Android.
Minute Maid – product line of beverages usually asociated with orange juice and lemonade. Sold under Capy brand in Europe. Black square with white writing.
Roncato – luggage manufacturer from Italy founded by Giovanni Roncato. Capital R and V letters in logo.
Audi – 4 silver rings.
Windows – check your PC
Skoda – car manufacturer from Cehia.
Unicef – mother and child in light blue.
Giorgio Armani – fashion designer with a bird and G and A letters.
Dacia – subsidiary of Renault, Dacia Logan is the most successful model.
Dakine – name comes from Hawaiian pidgin word da kine. Outdoor apparel company specialized in sportswear. White mountains in logo.
Kleenex – blue handwriting
Aston Martin – luxury car manufacturer
Lotto – sportswear company – 2 squares overlapped.
Sony – Japanese multinational corporation – letter y is the only visible in logo, rest of them were hidden.
PlayStation – game company, one of the best sold console
Cartoon Network – American cable television that shows animated programming – white and black cubes containing C and N.
MSN – popular web based services in the late 1990′s most notable Hotmail and Messenger – blue, green, orange and yellow butterfly in logo.
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