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FAIL LOGOS!

Horrible logos is one of the worst thing a person can come across. There are so many corporations, products, services, agencies, and other organizations that use a logo to represent their image that the rareness of a logo becomes a very important element. Like michael jordan, nike, adidas, puma, north face, coach, obey and more. Unfortunately, the these logos didn’t stand a chance with the rest of them.

Catholic Church’s Archdiocesan Youth Commission

This is an actual logo designed in 1973 for the Catholic Church’s Archdiocesan Youth Commission. It even won an award from the Art Directors Club of Los Angeles.

Dodge Viper Logo: Daffy Duck

Viewed upside down, it looks like Daffy Duck. Not so scary after all.

A-Style Logo

The double-meaning in this one was actually intentional. So, it’s probably more a WIN than a fail.

Office of Government Commerce

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) is an independent Office of the Treasury. Sometimes you need to shift your view to realize the error. www.ogc.gov.uk

Mont-Sat

And you wonder why Mr. Satellite looks so happy? www.mont-sat.pl

Arlington Pediatric Center

Just checked their website, and apparently they have changed their logo to something more pleasing. It’s no longer a pedophilic center. Now it has something to do with crabs (look attentively at letter C). FAIL again or is it their marketing strategy? www.arlpedcen.org

Institute Of Oriental Studies

Yes, it’s just a house under a rising sun..

TGV Logo: Snail

Flip it upside down and you’ll get a snail. By the way, TGV is France’s high-speed rail service, and “TGV” is an abbreviation for “Train à Grande Vitesse”, meaning high-speed train in French[1].

Olympic Logo of London 2012

Designed by Wolff Olins at an expenditure of almost $800,000[1].