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Unevolved Brands – The answers


When I initially started Unevolved Brands, I included the option to leave comments via Disqus. It was quite fun seeing people make guesses, wrong or right. But after I while I realised that a few hard core people were almost waiting for each new brand and would leave the correct answer almost immediately.

Which is fine, but it then spoils the quiz fun for others, making the concept a little duller. So I have recently decided to remove the comments so that the answers are not immediately on show.

Remember there is also a Flickr set available where you can still leave comments and answers if you want to show people how clever you are. :)

Check this post for answers

I will also now release the answers at the bottom of this post. So a few days after each new brand is released, you can check back here to see if the answer is available.

  1. Pan Am
  2. American Airlines
  3. Tamiya
  4. Sony Ericsson
  5. Budweiser
  6. Dribbble
  7. Apple
  8. RedBull
  9. T-Mobile
  10. FedEx
  11. CNN
  12. Flickr
  13. Subway
  14. Bing
  15. BP
  16. Baskin Robbins
  17. I Love New York
  18. LG
  19. Dunkin Donuts
  20. Twitter
  21. Kelloggs
  22. Burger King
  23. The North Face
  24. Ikea
  25. UPS
  26. TicTac
  27. GAP
  28. Addidas
  29. TomTom
  30. Android
  31. Perrier
  32. USyFy
  33. Cisco
  34. Caterpillar
  35. KFC
  36. Yahoo
  37. Evernote
  38. Reuters
  39. Pantone Hexachrome
  40. Nike
  41. Hulu
  42. Marin
  43. Adobe Air
  44. Macromedia
  45. Esso
  46. Starbucks
  47. Ann Summers
  48. DaringFireball
  49. Google
  50. Mastercard
  51. DFS
  52. Bing
  53. Oprah Winfrey Network
  54. Sprint
  55. Visa
  56. Fila
  57. Lego
  58. McDonalds
  59. Gucci
  60. Fox and Sons
  61. Converse
  62. Time Warner Cable
  63. BT
  64. Mint.com
  65. Tacobell
  66. Caribou
  67. Molson Canadian
  68. Swatch
  69. Financial Times
  70. Bosch Lomb
  71. Faber Castell
  72. Lush
  73. Cirrus
  74. Chase
  75. 76
  76. Cingular
  77. Best Buy
  78. Tumblr
  79. Reddit
  80. BlackBerry
  81. BBC
  82. Technicolor
  83. PWC
  84. YouTube
  85. American Express
  86. New York Public Library
  87. MSN
  88. 79ers
  89. Firefox
  90. Avid
  91. Harely Davidson
  92. GrooveShark
  93. Hertz
  94. Museum of London
  95. Pepsi
  96. Vodafone
  97. Jack in the Box
  98. Pfizer
  99. Park Tools
  100. Quicktime
  101. Pixar
  102. Pantone
  103. Wallmart
  104. Gran Tourismo
  105. Discovery Channel
  106. Swisscom
  107. Animal Planet
  108. Oxfam
  109. Xerox
  110. FourSquare
  111. General Mills
  112. Polaroid
  113. Meredith
  114. Smart
  115. Tron Legacy
  116. BMW
  117. Memorex
  118. FaceBook
  119. Olympic Rio
  120. Everlast
  121. Panic
  122. Quark
  123. Ocado
  124. StarWars
  125. Boxee
  126. BoingBoing
  127. US Army
  128. NFL
  129. Ferrari
  130. Orange
  131. Nazi Swastica
  132. Royal Air Force
  133. Speedo
  134. AA
  135. 37Signals
  136. Chevron
  137. WWF
  138. JCPenney
  139. Electronic Arts
  140. More Than
  141. Smashing Magazine
  142. Apple Corps
  143. National Geographic
  144. Girl Scouts
  145. Mitsubishi
  146. Avery Dennison
  147. Smeg

Answers will be updated a day or so after the release of each new Unevolved Brand.






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