#1. Can you guess this famous clothing brand
The iconic Two Horse patch stitched on to the back of every pair of 501 Jeans illustrates the original promise made by Levi Strauss: “It’s no use, they can’t be ripped” and celebrates the strength and quality of the riveted denim.
#2. This global food conglomerate
Going by the revenue share world over, Nestle is the largest food company in the world and has many food brands under it. Apart from the brands that build Nestle’s identity like the Nescafe, Maggi, and Chocolates, Nestle overall has about 2000 brands including Cheerios and Haagen-Dazs.
#3. Is this the correct logo for 80's indie rock band Nirvana
The title ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ stems from a conversation Kurt had with his friend Kathleen Hanna. She spray-painted “Kurt Smells Like Teen Spirit” on his apartment wall (Teen Spirit being the deodorant brand his then-girlfriend wore). He thought she meant something more revolutionary than that.
#4. This local favorite car company
Mazda started as an artificial cork manufacturing company called Toyo Cork Kogyo Company in 1920. The word Mazda is derived from the Zoroastrian term Ahura Mazda, which means “God of Life.”
#5. Which Google logo is correct? No cheating!
The name Google is derived from the term ‘googol’. A googol is a 1 with 100 zeroes behind it!
#6. The heart of Auckland city, starts with 'S'
Skycity. The tower is part of the SkyCity Auckland casino complex, originally built in 1994–1997 for Harrah’s Entertainment. Several upper levels are accessible to the public, attracting an average of 1,150 visitors per day (over 415,000 per year).
#7. Very famous premier league football club
Liverpool FC. Liverpool FC, in full Liverpool Football Club, English professional football (soccer) club based in Liverpool. It is the most successful English team in European football tournament history, having won six European Cup/Champions League trophies. The club has also won the English top-division league title 19 times.
#8. Iconic beer brand
No one knows why you put a lime on top. The internet has obviously come up with its fair share of theories. Some say the wedge was initially used to keep flies from crawling in the mouth of the bottle while others say one clever bartender made a bet that he could start a trend of adding limes to a Corona, and it stuck. Another idea: The lime combats the “skunky” taste the beer gets from being exposed to light. Others say the likeliest answer is that it’s all just a marketing ploy.
#9. This legendary metal band from 80s
Slayer was an American thrash metal band from Huntington Park, California. The band was formed in 1981 by guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, drummer Dave Lombardo, and bassist and vocalist Tom Araya. Slayer’s fast and aggressive musical style made them one of the “big four” bands of thrash metal, alongside Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax. Slayer’s final lineup comprised King, Araya, drummer Paul Bostaph (who replaced Lombardo in 1992 and again in 2013) and guitarist Gary Holt (who replaced Hanneman in 2011). Drummer Jon Dette was also a member of the band.