Top 10 Logos With Hidden Meaning.
Top 10 Logos With Hidden Meaning.
The logos of different companies don’t show only their identity but also they have hidden meaning and something unique in it. Here are some Top logos with hidden meaning.
Rob Yanov, the designer who created the world-famous Apple company logo, has explained how he came up with the idea: “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 realized that “bite” sounded exactly the same as the computer term “byte.”
The name Adidas is derived from that of its founder, Adolf Dassler. The company’s logo has changed over time, but it’s always included three stripes. The current configuration is three stripes at an angle which together form a triangle. This symbolizes a mountain, which in turn represents the challenges which all athletes have to overcome.
At first glance, Amazon’s logo appears to be nothing special. But it was designed with the philosophy of the company in mind. The orange arrow is similar to a smile, as the company wants its customers to be satisfied. The arrow is also stretched between the letters “A” and “Z,” in a hint that the company sells absolutely every product imaginable (from A to Z).
BMW is the acronym for Bayerische Motoren Werke AG or in English, Bavarian Motor Works.It’s often supposed that the central part of the BMW logo symbolizes the rotating blades of an airplane, in line with the company’s early history of aviation technology, but it is in fact simply a part of the Bavarian flag — the area of Germany where the company originated.
In the world-famous logo of the Coca-Cola Company, in the space between the letters “O” and “L,” one can clearly see the Danish flag. Purely a coincidence, the company has nevertheless used this as part of its marketing campaigns in the Scandinavian country.
Elephants are known for having impressive memories, including their ability to remember both faces and events. It’s for this reason that Evernote, a note-taking application, uses an image of the animal as part of its logo. The corner of the elephant’s ear, moreover, is folded over — in the same way that people often fold the corner of a page in a book to make note of what point they’ve read up to.
This logo is so creative. If you look closely you will see the arrow between the letter ‘E’ and ‘X’, which represents the company’s forward thinking ways and outlook towards the future.
The Google logo has four primary colors in a row then it’s broken by a secondary color. This was entirely intentional. Google wanted to show that they don’t play by the rules and are also playful without making the symbol bulky. To do that, they just used simple letters and colors.
Many people are inclined to think that the logo of the South Korean conglomerate Hyundai is simply the first letter of its name. But actually, the letter “Н” symbolizes two people (a client and a representative of the company) shaking hands.
The first two letters of the logo of Sony Vaio make up a wave, which represents an analogue symbol, whereas the last two are similar to the numbers 1 and 0 — that is, symbols of a digital signal.
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