I stumbled across this gallery on Facebook featuring graphic breakdowns of famous logos:
While there's no page numbers, these do look suspiciously like pages of a book. If anyone knows that it is, please let us know so I can link back to it.
Now that I researched it more, I think the original logo de-composer who came up with this sheet format is logo designer Myles Stockdale
I saw these some time ago in an Instagram account but not sure if they're the authors: https://www.instagram.com/anatomy_of_logos/
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