Aussies were surprised after learning of the detail hidden in the Bunnings motto: “How did I miss that?”
- Australians have just discovered a symbol hidden in the Bunnings Warehouse logo
- Three letters ‘N’ make up the houses
- While others believe that red is actually a warehouse
Australians still can’t believe they’ve discovered a hidden detail in the Bunnings Warehouse logo.
The logo contains the words “Bunnings” in white text with “Warehouse” underneath – the three letters are actually houses.
While thousands visit the hardware store every day, many were unaware of the symbols hidden in the iconic logo.
A surprised customer wrote on Twitter: “Am I the only one who didn’t realize the Bunnings logo is a three house?”
Another quilted: “Does anyone see houses in the Bunnings logo?” Or am I seeing things?
Others believe that the red triangles are actually the roof of a warehouse rather than three houses.
The logo itself contains the word “Bunnings” in white text with “Warehouse” underneath – the three letters are actually houses
FEMAIL spoke to several Bunnings customers who were stunned by the insight and were unfamiliar with the details.
Have I been living under a rock? I didn’t know this yet. My mind is blown! One.
“I can’t believe I’ve been shopping at Bunnings for years and never noticed!” said another.
A third added: “This is very shocking – I’ve been working in the warehouse for four years and didn’t know it.”
Many Bunnings shoppers were stunned by the insight and weren’t aware of the details, but others weren’t surprised because they thought it was ‘obvious’ (Stock photo)
But others were not surprised and thought the hidden meaning was evident.
I thought everyone knew this… no? ‘I don’t understand what all the fuss is about,’ said one, ‘it’s obviously a warehouse.
‘There’s no way people will actually find out about this.. I find that crazy. Obviously!’ said another.
It comes after travelers with eagle eyes discovered a symbol in one of the logos of Australian budget airline Jetstar.
It comes after eagle-eyed travelers spotted a symbol in one of the logos of Australian budget airline Jetstar – people noticed that the negative space between the “T” and the orange star creates a perfect arrow.
People have noticed that the negative space between the “T” and the orange star creates a perfect arrow.
Jetstar has two logos; One with the company’s full name written with an orange star at the end and an abbreviated version with the word “Jet” followed by the orange star.
The shortened version is usually displayed on the tail of airline planes and hides the forward-facing arrow that many flyers go unnoticed.
Australians are shocked to find the secret symbol in the familiar logo and say they will never be able to ‘unsee’ it.