If you take a close look at KISS' official logo, you'll see that it's a little jacked up. And it's all thanks to Paul Stanley.

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. 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, "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."