In case you haven’t heard, it’s been an especially rough week for Milo Yiannopoulos, but even in the darkest of times the man can’t help but troll the world.
First Yiannopoulos’ book deal was by Simon & Schuster after backlash surrounding some controversial pedophilia comments he made in a video, and then the notorious alt-right internet troll announced he would be resigning from his position as a senior editor at Breitbart News and starting his own “independently-funded media venture.”
However, people have noticed something about the personal logo Milo used to head his resignation letter … it’s horrible.
Yiannopoulos has managed to take four simple letters M, I, L and O and transform them into not only a visually unappealing logo, but a profoundly puzzling conversation topic.
At first glance, the logo is simple: the name MILO. But if you take a deeper look, some hidden imagery may arise.
Once people stared at the ~unique~ logo, the visual comparisons began flying. From a really crappy DJ logo to Nazi symbols to Human Centipede references, Twitter users began to brainstorm what exactly Milo was trying to tell the world with this visual of his name.
Milo’s letterhead looks like a rejected tv channel logo in 1993
Classy Sexy Elegnace (@slackup.meduckitecture) February 22, 2017
Here’s hoping Milo’s “independently-funded media venture” doesn’t feature this eyesore of a logo.