The logo has appeared in London, Turin and Los Angeles this past week.
The latest logo, on the side of a building at the intersection of 46th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattan, was spotted by a number of Twitter users on Saturday afternoon. The three-dimensional logo has been popping up around the world this week, first discovered in London by the Elephant & Castle tube station and later appearing in Turin and Los Angeles.
There's no official word yet on what the logos might mean, but the series of sightings resembles the guerrilla marketing campaign around Aphex Twin's Syro LP, fueling speculation about a new album.
another Aphex Twin logo in Manhattan at 46th and 12th :) pic.twitter.com/qTxhOhbB3g— LOFRAMES (@LOFRAMES) August 4, 2018