10 Famous Logos with Hidden Meanings That We Never Really Noticed
- 11:30 pm September 16, 2020
Brand recall is one of the most important weapons to become big and logo helps you in doing that. There are so many iconic logos. When we see them, we immediately know which brand it belongs to. But most of these logos have a hidden meaning that we really don't know about. Here are some of them!
Let us start with a popular one, Adidas! We all know that the name is derived from its founder, Adolf Dassler. It has changed a lot of time but 3 stripes always remained constant. This symbolises a mountain, which in turn represents the challenges which all athletes have to overcome.
If you look at the logo properly, The first two letters of the logo of Sony Vaio make up a wave, which represents an analogue symbol. This is not where it ends. The last two symbols in the logo are numbers 1 and 0 - that is, symbols of a digital signal.
The next one is your Amazon. Do you see that small arrow that starts at A and ends at Z? It signifies A to Z!
This is your Formula 1 logo. The red stripes of the logo are also meant to be a graphical representation of the speed achieved by Formula 1 cars.
You know it is often assumed that the logo symbolizes the rotating blades of an airplane, given the aviation history of the company. But that is not what it is. It is in fact simply a part of the Bavarian flag - the area of Germany where the company originated.
Logo of LG is nothing but a stylized image of a person's face. So what does it symbolizes? According to the company, this represents its aspiration to maintain ordinary, human relations with its customers.Also read: Do You Know The Hidden Meanings Behind These Famous Logos? They Are Pretty Interesting!
Hyundai has one of the most interesting logos out there. Letter 'Н' symbolises two people (a client and a representative of the company) shaking hands.
Before we tell you the secret of this logo, know that this one is worth a million dollars! The new special design hints at mysterious and secretive themes, such as the Earth’s magnetic field, Feng shui, Pythagoras, geodynamics, the theory of relativity, and the golden ratio. The designer has explained that this logo also makes reference to the Mona Lisa, the Parthenon, and even René Descartes. The red, white and blue colors have always represented the American flag. Wow, this is deep!
The pink-colored areas of the "BR" part of the logo here make up the number 31. 31 is the number of different flavors of ice cream that Baskin-Robbins used to famously sell. Wow!
Now here is an interesting fact about Coca Cola logo. In the space between the letters 'O' and 'L', one can clearly see the Danish flag. Now this is merely a coincidence. But the brand has repeatedly used this as its marketing gimmick in Scandinavian countries!