Famous logos with hidden meaning that can make you go Whoa.
Have you ever tried giving a thought as to what a logo could stand for? Do you wonder if those logos are just a piece of beauty or are there an actually a logic behind the formation of those? Hyundai is a very well-known South-Korean brand for which people think that the first letter holds a place in its logo. But, my friends it is indeed not true. In reality, the symbol stands for two people shaking hands; the client and the representative of the company.
#9 The logo with the three stripes.
Adidas is one of the very well-known company whose logo has changed over the time. Its logo which consists of three stripes at an angle which makes up a triangle actually symbolises a mountain which represents the hardships with which a sportsman deals with.
#8 Just think different.
Have you ever tried giving a thought as to how the logo of 'Apple' came into existence?If not, Rob Yanov, the designer of the logo will answer it. He explained, ''I bought a whole bag of apples, placed them in a bowl, and spent time drawing them for a week, trying to break the image down into something simple. Taking a bite out of an apple was part of the experiment, and completely by coincidence I realised that ’bite’ sounded exactly the same as the computer term ’byte’.''
#7 Smile is what they want.
Amazon.com, one of the largest e-commerce website in the world has a very simple logo but a unique one. The orange arrow, in the logo, is similar to a smile as the company wants that their customers remain satisfied and are always smiling.
Also, to be noted, the arrow stretched from letter 'A' to 'Z' in the logo which means that they sell everything right from A to Z.
Interesting much right? Does it make you think as to why you never gave it a thought? Just count on and you might gather some more interesting stuff.
#6 Because I want all.
Do you know that Baskin Robbins sell ice-creams in 31 different flavors? Also, their logo tells you the story. ''B'' written in pink color in their logo makes up to 31 which denotes that they sell ice-creams in 31 different flavors.
#5 Logo tell you a lot.
What do you think about Toyota's logo? Do you think that it is inspired by a cowboy who is wearing a hat? If yes, then you are totally wrong.
The logo presents an eye of a needle with a thread passing through it. Also, the individual parts of the logo also spell out the company's name.
PS: Check out the image.
#4 You actually can't find pins.
Pinterest, one of the very popular internet site allows users to select images and then pin them to their board online. Their logo has a 'pin' hidden in the letter 'P' which perfectly compliments the company's name.
You guys should read further to notice, what you never noticed.
#3 Let the music play!
Beats, one of the very famous producers of audio equipment brand in which the letter 'B' in the logo denotes a person wearing a headphone.
#2 This one is quite obvious.
The logo of LG brand represents a person's face. According to the company, the logo represents its desire to maintain ordinary and cordial relations with its customers.
Go on! Just the last one and you will be amazed.
#1 I never knew this !
Coca-Cola, a world famous company with a world famous logo also has a hidden meaning. The space between the letters 'O' and 'L' in COLA, one can clearly notice a Danish flag.
But, to note the company has never used it as a part of their marketing campaign in the Scandinavian country.
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