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The 13 Famous Logos With A Hidden Meaning Which We Never Even Noticed.



I never realised any of this.

#13 Apple.

#13 Apple.

Who isn't familiar with this logo, The world-famous Apple company logo, had many logos before, but the current Apple logo is a modern and evolved version. It is designed by Rob Yanov, he has also explained how he came up with the idea, He wanted the logo to be as as simple as possible, so he bought a bag of apples and placed them in a bowl and started drawing the images of it. He took a bite out of an apple and coincidently realised that the word 'Bite' sounds similar to the computer term 'Byte.' And thus a logo was finalised.

#12 Beats.

#12 Beats.

Beats is a producer of an audio equipment based in the USA, by Dr. Dre. The logo is pretty simple, the 'b' enclosed in a circle, but the circle is not just a circle, it represents human's head, and the 'b' in it represents like the person is wearing the brand's headphones.

#11 Adidas.

#11 Adidas.

Adolf Dassler is the founder of the Adidas, and the name 'Adidas' is derived from his own name. The company had many logos before. This logo is the latest one that has been introduced, and it represents some of the finest equipment that Adidas sells. The three stripes in the logo at an particular angle makes an triangle which actually represents a mountain and overcoming obstacles that every sportsman has to overcome.

#10 BMW.

#10 BMW.

The company BMW has an early history of aviation technology, so people used to think that the BMW logo is based on a rotating blades of the airplane. But the logo of BMW has a total different explanation. It is in fact simply a part of the Bavarian flag, the area of Germany where the company was originated.

#9 Coca-Cola.

#9 Coca-Cola.

Hidden in the 'o' of the word Cola is the Denmark flag. This wasn't their initial intention with the logo. Once Coca Cola discovered that part of its logo looks like the Danish flag. It was purely a coincidence, and the company used this part for the marketing campaigns of the brand.

#8 Amazon.

#8 Amazon.

The arrow which is stretched between the letters "A" and "Z", looks like a smiling face in Amazon's logo, has another meaning behind it. It is a representation of the wide range of items available for retail by Amazon, from A to Z.

#7 Toyota.

#7 Toyota.

The logo of the Japanese car-producer company Toyota looks like a cowboy wearing a hat. But its not the way how it looks, it actually represents the hole of a needle from which a thread is passing. This is because the company in the past used to produce weaving machines.
Also, the individual parts of the logo also spell out the letters of the company name.

#6 Formula 1.

#6 Formula 1.

Surely most of you out there think "F" signifies Formula and the red-coloured design signifies "1". But in reality it is not the red-coloured design, it is in fact the white space between the black coloured "F" and the red-coloured design that signifies "1".
The red color represents passion and energy, while the black color represents power and determination.

#5 LG.

#5 LG.

LG is a South Korean electronics company. The logo of LG has 'L' and 'G' which represents the brands name, but it also shows image of a persons face. The L makes up the nose and the G the rest of the face. This was made because it represents its aspiration to maintain ordinary, human relations with its customers.

#4 Sony vaio.

#4 Sony vaio.

To understand this logo was quite a tough task but we finally have a proper explanation of this logo. The logo integrates the ideas of analog and digital technology into one, by using the "V" and "A" to represent an analog wave, and the "I" and 'O" to represent digital signal.

#3 Baskin Robbins.

#3 Baskin Robbins.

See the pink-coloured parts of the "BR" section of the logo, it brilliantly showcases the number "31" as it signifying the number of flavors offered by the company.

#2 Hyundai.

#2 Hyundai.

Everyone recognizes the letter "H" written in an italic way as a the first letter of its name. but did you know you're seeing more than just a slanted letter of the alphabet? The letter "H" symbolises two people (a client and a representative of the company) shaking hands.

#1 Toblerone.

#1 Toblerone.

Toblerone is a famous chocolate company from Bern, Switzerland. The logo of this brand has a outline of a bear inside it. This is because Bern is sometimes called a city of bears.



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