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Who LogoBritish artist Brian Pike designed the font featured on the Who‘s famous logo for a poster advertising an gig at London’s Marquee. It would appear as if they got more than their money’s worth out of this design, right?

The arrow on the ‘o’ was meant to represent masculinity and the combination of the two h’s were meant to symbolize unity. The colors of the British flag are prominently featured in a bullseye design. The image was never featured on a studio album cover but has been widely worn as a badge of honor by The Who’s fan base.

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