Which Non-Verbal Logo Doesn't Belong?


Welcome to another addition of Non-Verbal Logos that truly stand alone (without words). Other additions here and here. The latter was generously republished by David Airey.

So, as we've said before, pictures can say a thousand words, but which logo doesn't belong here (See article below).

My answer below the jump.

Starbucks newly announced rebrand of their likely famous black/green/white logo, removing the black color and the words "Starbucks" and "Coffee"-- yet, anyway The question remains, however, will the newly extracted siren logo join the ranks of the other trademark symbols shown above that really need no words to explain or confine their brand story?

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