Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Quiz: Guess that Logo!
Yesterday, we showed you Unlogo, a service that detects and eliminates corporate logos and signage in videos. While this may be good news for companies that want to dissociate their brands from certain YouTube clips (and independent souls who want to free themselves from the Man's corporate message), there's a question as to whether censorship is even enough.

Major brands have become so recognizable, so ingrained in our minds, that simply covering them up won't do the trick. Here, we present a slew of logos that have been tampered with: color altered, text removed, shapes magnified--a logo generally obscured and totally out of context. See how many you can still recognize, even after being un-logo-fied.
Logo Answers
1. John Deere
2. YouTube
3. DirecTV
4. Lowe's
5. Toyota
6. FedEx
7. IKEA
8. Windows
9. Lipton
10. Playboy
11. AOL
12. Jeopardy!
13. Nintendo
14. Miller Lite