Some of the most famous logos have huge mistakes you probably didn't notice. Keep watching to find out which mistakes exist in famous logos!
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 famous logos with huge mistakes! Wikipedia - Wikipedia’s logo is an ingenious one; an incomplete globe composed of puzzle pieces with different letters and characters on it, representing the idea of it being a “free encyclopaedia” and allowing users from all around the world to freely add or edit any of its contents. White House - As the official residence for the incumbent president of the United States, you would think that the accompanying logo would represent the iconic building accurately. London Olympics 2012 - Considered by many as the worst Olympic Games logo , the London Olympics 2012 logo has earned a lot of flak from people due to its numerous blunders. 7-Eleven - Having the iconic mix of the colours green, red, and orange in its logo, it’s easy to spot a 7-Eleven store even from afar.
WWE - WWE, short for World Wrestling Entertainment, has made only one significant change in its logo, and that is when they rebranded themselves from the 'World Wrestling Federation' or WWF. Monster - With a logo depicting massive claw marks from a presumably monstrous creature, you know that the Monster Company means business. Walt Disney - Donning playful swirls and a cutesy appearance, the Walt Disney logo has become somewhat an iconic logo for both children and children-at-heart. Nintendo Switch - Nintendo is mostly known for its innovative gaming consoles and lovable characters. Pepsi - Pepsi Company’s red, white, and blue globe is easily one of the most recognisable logos in the world. Google - Google is known for following simple yet effective approaches, which is evident by their many products.