Of course, it’s pretty easy to track down any company logo via Google Images, but the chances of finding a high-resolution version are somewhat slimmer, even if you choose the ‘large files’ option. The search functionality on the site is a bit basic — there’s no preview, so for a brand with multiple potential logos you’ll have to click through to find the one you want. Before you can download the files, you get a relatively stern warning about not using the logos for commercial use. Thanks Kaan!
Brandsoftheworld.com Has Bucketloads Of Logos
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