Aussies surprised after learning about hidden detail in Bunnings logo: ‘How did I miss that?’
- Aussies are just discovering hidden symbol in Bunnings Warehouse logo
- The three ‘N’ letters form houses
- While others believe the red colour is actually a warehouse
Australians are in disbelief after discovering a hidden detail in the Bunnings Warehouse logo.
The logo features the words ‘Bunnings’ in white text with ‘Warehouse’ situated beneath – and the three ‘N’ letters are actually houses.
While thousands visit the hardware store every day, many weren’t aware of the hidden symbols in the iconic logo.
On Twitter an amazed customer wrote: ‘Am I the only person that didn’t realise there are three houses in the Bunnings logo?’
Another padded: ‘Does anyone else see houses in the Bunnings logo? Or am I seeing things?’
Others believe the red triangles are actually the roof of a warehouse rather than three houses.
The logo itself features the word ‘Bunnings’ in white text with ‘Warehouse’ situated beneath – and the three ‘N’ letters are actually houses
FEMAIL spoke to multiple Bunnings customers who were flabbergasted at the insight and weren’t aware of the detail.
‘Have I been living under a rock? I’ve never knew this until now. My mind is blown!’ one said.
‘I can’t believe I’ve been shopping at Bunnings for years and never noticed!’ another said.
‘This is is so shocking – I’ve been working at the warehouse for four years and I didn’t know this,’ a third added.
Many Bunnings shoppers were flabbergasted at the insight and weren’t aware of the detail, but others weren’t surprised as thought it was ‘obvious’ (stock image)
But others weren’t surprised and thought the hidden meaning was obvious.
‘I thought everybody knew this…no? I don’t get what the fuss is all about here, clearly it’s a warehouse,’ one said.
‘There’s no way people are already finding this out.. I find that crazy. It’s obvious!’ another said.
It comes after eagle-eyed travellers spotted a symbol in one of the logos of Australian budget airline Jetstar.
It comes after eagle-eyed travellers spotted a symbol in one of the logos of Australian budget airline Jetstar – people have noticed the negative space between the ‘T’ and the orange star create a perfect arrow
People have noticed the negative space between the ‘T’ and the orange star create a perfect arrow.
Jetstar have two logos; one with the full company name spelled out with an orange star at the end and a shortened version with the word ‘Jet’ followed by the orange star.
The shortened version is usually seen on the tail of the airline’s planes and hides the forward-facing arrow which has gone unnoticed by many flyers.
Australians have been shocked to find the secret symbol in the familiar logo and say they will never be able to ‘unsee it’.