Every day we see company logos of companies on television, on Billboards, in magazines, and in the sidebar of the websites that we visit. Some of the best logos our brain automatically recognizes and associates the brand or product it with, but there is more below the surface of great logos than meets the eye. Many of the best logos of the world contain hidden messages that are not apparent at first glance, but that are still picked up by the brain and send a message to the viewer. The following is a list of some of the best examples of subliminal messages in advertising. See if you can spot the hidden message behind the image, but don’t worry if you can’t, we have given you a few clues to help you out.
#25 Toblerone Chocolate
Toblerone began in the city of Bern, Switzerland. The heraldic symbol for the city is a bear. If you look closely, you can see a bear hidden in the mountain. It is hidden in the snow in the center of the mountain. The head is near the top in the four legs point to the right. The bear appears to be dancing, actually rampant, in heraldic terms.