The chain has over 35,000 locations around the world, so you definitely should have recognized that one.
Bank of America
See the little US flag in there?
I mean, the logo is the name. That one should have been pretty easy.
The iconic siren of the Starbucks logo (the company itself was named after a character from Moby Dick) is meant to evoke nautical imagery.
C'mon. The "V" and the "W" are right there, clear as day. I'm not THAT bad at drawing, am I?
I couldn't tell you what exactly a taco bell is or what it does. Is it a bell filled with tacos? A bell you ring when you want tacos? Who knows.
The red griffin was introduced to the Saab logo in 1984, after the company merged with Scania. It's derived from the coat of arms from the cities that the two companies were originally founded in.
Arm & Hammer
It's got an arm. It's got a hammer. What more could you ask for in a logo?
The General Electric logo has looked pretty much just like that since 1900, so it should be familiar to most people.
There's no better symbol for a wealth management company than a bull, which in trading traditionally represents a positive market.
Adobe, the developers of software such as Photoshop, got its name from the Adobe Creek, which ran behind the house of one of its cofounders.
Olay was originally called "Oil of Olay," but the name was shortened down in 1999.
Like Target earlier, the logo is the name, but it's a much less recognizable brand for most people, so it's a tough one to get right.
Boeing is a multinational company that builds airplanes, rockets, and satellites. If it zooms through the sky, Boeing makes it.
This one is probably pretty tough for most people, but Valero is one of the biggest companies in the world. They own a ton of gas stations, so you've probably filled up your tank at a Valero company at least a few times before.
Can You Name The Company From A Crappy Logo?
Wow. You were not good at that, and I don't think my drawings were totally to blame.
Not too bad. I'll admit, some of those drawings were pretty bad, so some of the ones you missed were totally my fault.
Really good job. Those drawings were terrible, and you still managed to get a majority of them right.
Wow. The odds were stacked against you with those terrible, terrible logo drawings, but you still pulled it off. Congrats.