If you take a close look at KISS’ official logo, you’ll see that it’s a little jacked up. The bottom stems of the two S’s aren’t the same . . . the left side of the one on the right cuts in more as it goes up. And that’s because it was done BY HAND.
PAUL STANLEY drew it with just a Sharpie and a ruler back before the band was even signed . . . and they just never changed it.
He said, quote, “When we got our record deal, the art department asked if we wanted it to be redrafted to be perfect, and I said, ‘It got us this far, let’s leave well enough alone.’ Our number one rule has always been no rules.”