10 Funny Logo Fails That Must Have Gotten Someone Fired

Added by Edan Barak on Nov 22, 2018

Logos help define company brands. If done well, logos stick to the minds of customers, igniting instant recognition with the brand and products. Sometimes logo designers get a bit too creative with their ideas, leading to the kinds of logos in today's list. You gotta ask yourself, how the hell did these logos get final approval by company execs? Did anyone even bother giving them a second glance?

When you're done guffawing at these funny logo fails, head on over to our list of the funniest street signs ever, or if you're more into religious humor, check out these church sign fails that prove God does have a sense of humor.


Bureau of Health Promotion

We're not sure what this logo is trying to convey, but apparently it takes three people sexually abusing each other to convey it. Can you help us figure it out? Give us your interpretation in the comments section (we might even add the best one here for everyone to enjoy).


Arlington Pediatric Center, Virginia US

This logo has apparently been changed since we discovered it, and for good reason. How comfortable would you feel leaving your child with the adults in this facility? Thought so.


Pizza Joint

The timeless italian chef holding a steaming hot pizza and sporting a luxurious moustache - that's pretty much what we've come to expect creativity-wise from the pizza industry. This pizza joint took things a bit too far, showing that size does matter - but not only that of their pizzas. Would you eat at this pizza joint?


Locum property management, Sweden

This Swedish company must not have one competent English speaker in its ranks. When they hired a logo designer to create a logo for a special occasion, he came up with this creative, heart-warming logo, which was promptly approved by all the board members. Unfortunately for them the message they were trying to convey got a little lost in the sexual innuendo.


Resident Evil 6

The Resident Evil franchise has been very successful in the survival horror genre of video games. For their 6th edition they decided to take the horror to a whole new level - mainly the horror of parents everywhere when they caught a glimpse of the new PC game's packaging. This logo fail has us both confused and oddly aroused. We'll never look at giraffes the same way again.

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