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For official DHARMA logos, see DHARMA Logos
For unofficial DHARMA logos, see Fan-made DHARMA logos

This table is a listing of all logos that were custom-made for the props department and used in the canonic Lost universe, including the television episodes, websites, books, and mobisodes.

Logos in Lost

These logos have appeared in television episodes of Lost.

Logo Organization
Action 8 News
The news program Tricia Tanaka and her cameraman work for in "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead", the news program that covers Mrs. Arlen's crash in "Through the Looking Glass", and the program which covers Hurley's car chase in "The Beginning of the End" See also KSVU 8 below.
Apollo Candy Bar
The candy bar from the Swan's supply room, as well as in the website Apollocandy.com of The Lost Experience and elsewhere as Easter Eggs
Image:Bluebus.jpg Blue Bus Coach Lines
Bus line that Kate tries to buy a ticket for in "What Kate Did", before she was apprehended by Edward Mars.
Image:logo-blackrock.jpg Black Rock
As seen in "Exodus, Part 1","Exodus, Part 2" & "The Brig"
Image:Brezza.jpg Brezza brand cigarettes
U.S. Marshal Edward Mars smoked these cigarettes while transporting Kate, shortly before the accident involving Kate's Black Horse in "What Kate Did". The brand was seen again amongst Sawyer's stash in "Flashes Before Your Eyes".
Butlin's
Seen in "Greatest Hits". A famous British holiday resort. Charlie learns to swim in a pool here.
Image:Logo-Butties.jpg Butties Diapers
As seen in "Fire + Water", when Charlie & the rest of Drive Shaft do their commercial for them. Also appears as an Easter Egg in "Flashes Before Your Eyes"
Cantina Brukutu
As seen in "The 23rd Psalm", when Eko and his gang drive up to a bar for a drug deal for heroin. A clearer view of the logo is visible here.
Circuit House
As seen in "The Beginning of the End", where Randy Nations works, and where Hurley's car chase in his Camaro ended in a crash with the Golden Pontiac.
Cowin Heights Knights
As seen in "Cabin Fever", where Locke is a student at the Knights' high school
Die Mauer
The restaurant where Sayid and Elsa meet in "The Economist" "Die Mauer" is German for "The Wall".
Dina's Coffee Shop
Where Desmond and Libby meet in "Live Together, Die Alone"
Image:Driveshaftlogosmall.jpg Drive Shaft
Charlie's rock band. Same logo also seen on studio chairs.
Elizabeth, The
The ship that Libby gives to Desmond in "Live Together, Die Alone". The ship identification graphics are not real, and were created for the filming of Lost.
Eric's Expert Service
The gas station where Sawyer and Cassidy work their jewellery con in "The Long Con". See also Portsmouth and Bilson brand cigarettes below.
Exposé
The television series Nikki guest starred in before leaving Sydney.
Fiji Taxi
Taxi company Michael uses in "Meet Kevin Johnson".
Image:Logo-Flightline.jpg Flightline Motel
Motel seen in "Lockdown". An Oceanic Airlines aircraft flies over, giving credence to the name.
Future Paint
The paint that Desmond uses in his lucid flashback in the episode "Flashes Before Your Eyes".
Image:Gannon.jpg Gannon Car Rentals
Car rental advertisement seen on the back of Oceanic tickets in "Raised by Another", "Exodus, Part 1", "Exodus, Part 2" and "Further Instructions". The company's logo is also seen on a football match hoarding in "Flashes Before Your Eyes".
Glacier Bar
Candy bar given to Hurley by his father in "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead".
Harborside Jewelry
Jewelry store near where Claire and Christian had coffee in "Par Avion".
Herarat Aviation
Fictitious airline used by Mittelos Bioscience in "One of Us".
Keith's Diner
Diner where Diane works as a waitress in "Left Behind".
KSVU 8
Television station that fielded a reporter to Hurley's house in "Numbers". See also Action 8 News, above.
KYAP 17
Television station that fielded a reporter to Hurley's house in "Numbers".
Image:Logo-LATeamRealtors.jpg LA Team Realtors
Real Estate sign on Los Angeles home Nadia was inspecting with Locke in "Lockdown".
Image:Logo-LastCall.jpg Last Call Cocktail Bar
The bar where Christian Shephard goes to after he leaves Ana Lucia, and where he will have a conversation with Sawyer, in "Two for the Road".
Le Jardin Croissant Fertile
This is the restaurant that Sayid visits and is captured in, in "Enter 77". There is a second sign noting Arabian food on the lower left. Neither sign is legible in the episode; these images are taken from the abcmedianet.com press release still photos for this episode. The name refers to what is known in English as "The Fertile Crescent", a historically rich geographic area in the Middle East that includes what is now Iraq.
Le Portail D'Arabie
This is the Paris restaurant Sayid is originally working for in "Enter 77".
London Central Delivery
The company that the delivery man worked for in "Flashes Before Your Eyes".
Los Angeles Organic Produce
Truck trailer graphic that served as the backdrop to the fruit-smashing car chase scene in "The Beginning of the End".
Image:Lynford.jpg Lynford, The
The hotel in "A Tale of Two Cities", where the Jack finds Christian Shephard is going to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
MacCutcheon
This was the label of the whiskey that Charles Widmore drank (and said was too good for Desmond) in "Flashes Before Your Eyes". It was also the whiskey that Anthony Cooper offered Locke in "The Man from Tallahassee".
Image:Logo-Lotto.jpg Mega Lotto Jackpot
Logo seen on television (with Mary Jo), as well as on lottery ticket, in "Numbers".
Image:Logo-Walkabout.jpg Melbourne Walkabout Tours
The Australian tour company that Locke visits in "Walkabout".
Image:Logo-MinnesotaMetallurgy.jpg Minnesota Metallurgy
Company that Henry Gale owned. Appears on the The Balloon

Mittelos Bioscience
The company which recruits Juliet in "Not in Portland".

Below: logo from submarine uniform ("One of Us")
Molly Fisher Fruit Roll-Ups
Candy Hurley is eating in before visited by Walt in "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3"
Moriah Vineyards
Wine label from the monastery Desmond belongs to in "Catch-22"
Image:Logo-MrClucks.jpg Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack
Where Hurley works in "Numbers". Variations seen on storefront, and on uniform knit shirts and caps.
National Flash
The Tabloid Newspaper from "S.O.S.".
Image:Logo-Nozzala.jpg Nozz-A-La Cola
Seen on The Balloon, originally from Stephen King, although King's versions are similar to Coca-Cola in design (white script on red background)
Image:Logo-Oceanic.jpg Oceanic Airlines
Appears in episodes, as well as website Oceanic-air.com. This logo is different to previous non-Lost appearances of Oceanic Airlines.
O'Toole's Irish Pub
The snowy lane where Bernard and Rose meet in "S.O.S.". The image is taken from the filming location's website's snapshots of the Lost filming. The sign was a prop created by the Lost crew, based on the bar's actual name and logo. (link)
Palmetto Telesis
In "I Do", Kate calls US Marshal Edward Mars in a phone booth operated by Palmetto Telesis.
Image:Logo-PanPacific.jpg Pan Pacific Airlines
Visible at LAX Airport Security Station and Airport Bar in Ana Lucia's flashback in "Two for the Road". Logo shown is a composite of parts visible from the two scenes.
Playpen Magazine
This adult magazine is found in Sawyer's stash by Charlie and Hurley in "Flashes Before Your Eyes"
Image:Logo-Cigarettes.jpg Portsmouth and Bilson brand cigarettes.
Signage at Eric's Expert Service gas station where Sawyer plays a con in "The Long Con". Bilson cigarettes appeared in the 2002 film May (in the film and/or the DVD commentary). Also, George Bilson co-wrote the screenplay for the 1945 film What, No Cigarettes?. However the connection of these two possibilities to Lost are unknown. The brand may be named for Gregg Bilson, Sr. Bilson is the founder of Independent Studio Services, a company that produces props for the film and television industry. Examples of Bilson and Brezza cigarette packs can be found on the website of Studio Graphics, the company's graphic design and print shop. Portsmouth is the birthplace of Charles Dickens as well as the port from which the Black Rock originally sailed from.
Ripple Potato Chips
The potato chips from the Swan's supply room in "Everybody Hates Hugo". Seen only in Hurley's dream sequence.
Seoul Gateway Hotel
The hotel Jae Lee owns, where Jin works, and Sun enters, in "...And Found". Note the real hotel name logo on the glass, partially visible behind the prop signs.
Image:Logo-Southway.jpg Southway Garrison
The military prison where Desmond was incarcerated, and is freed from in "Live Together, Die Alone"
Southfield's Auctions
The auction where Charles Widmore took a bidding for the Black Rock ledger in "The Constant"
Image:StSebastian.jpg St. Sebastian Hospital
Logo of St. Sebastian Hospital, as seen on Jack's name tag.
State Police
Logo of the Australian State Police as seen on the uniform of Officer Barnes. A similar state police logo appears on Detective Calderwood's file regarding Sawyer. The design is based on the badge of the New South Wales Police Force.
Image:Logo-Welcomehome.jpg Welcome Home
The company that John Locke owns, as seen on his pickup truck door in "Lockdown"
Image:Logo-Widmore.jpg Widmore Labs
Seen on The Balloon, the preganancy test box, and in the background during "Fire + Water" outside the set of the You All Every Butties commercial.

Logos in The Lost Experience

These are logos which appear in the tie-in ARG (alternate reality game) The Lost Experience, but have not appeared in any episodes.

Logo Organization
Hanso Foundation
The original Hanso Foundation logo.
Hanso Foundation
The new Hanso Foundation logo.
Electromagnetic Research Initiative
Seen only on website thehansofoundation.org
Institute for Genomic Advancement
Seen only on website thehansofoundation.org
Life Extension Project
Seen only on website thehansofoundation.org
Mathematical Forecasting Initiative
Seen only on website thehansofoundation.org
Mental Health Appeal
Seen only on website thehansofoundation.org
Retrievers of Truth
Seen only on website retrieversoftruth.com
Worldwide Wellness and Prevention Development Program
Seen only on website thehansofoundation.org
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