Many people are looking for "saints logo" on this site. Are they looking for the classic Fleur de Lis logo of the New Orleans Saints professional American football team? The Fleur de Lis is a symbol from the Court of Louis XIV. It is a french word that stands for "flower of the lily". The Fleur de Lis is also a symbol for New Orleans, which was adopted during the French occupation of Louisiana from 1682-1762. Traditionally, it has been used to represent French royalty, and in that sense, it is said to signify perfection, light and life.
Or perhaps they are looking for the Southampton Saints British football club's logo? Back in 2002, the Southampton Saints Football Club launched an anti-racism campaign using The Saint's logo by permission from the Estate of Leslie Charteris.
Or perhaps they really are looking for the famous Saint stickman logo that Simon Templar, alias The Saint, used as a calling card in many of the adventures written by Leslie Charteris. In this case, Simon Templar.co.uk has a brief illustrated history of some of the various styles, adventures and artists humour of the famous Saint logo collected from books, film and other publications. Visit their Stickman Gallery for a great show of The Saint's logo through the years.