10 Famous Logos with a Hidden Meaning That Nobody Ever noticed!

  • 12:47 pm November 2, 2020
  • suhas

The logos we are about to show you are super popular. We see these logos on regular basis but even then, we have failed to notice the hidden meanings in them! These meanings will change the way you looked at these companies!


Do you see that little arrow down there? Yes, that signifies A to Z. It is a hint that the company sells absolutely every product imaginable ('from A to Z').


If you have ever seen Toblerone's logo properly, you would've realized something! The company is based in Bern, Switzerland, and includes a silhouette of a bear in its logo, on account of the fact that Bern is sometimes called a city of bears.


There are a lot of speculations about this logo. Some say it symbolizes the rotating blades of an airplane, in line with the company's early history of aviation technology. but no, not really. It is simply a part of the Bavarian flag - the area of Germany where the company originated.

Coca Cola

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. That is what is hidden there!


This logo has the image of a pin hidden in the letter P. Bet you didn't notice that, did you?


Baskin-Robbins also has an extremely memorable logo. The pink-colored areas of the "BR" part of the logo here make up the number 31, the exact number of flavors of ice cream they sell!

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Sony Vaio

The first two letters of the logo of Sony Vaio make up a wave, which represents an analogue symbol. This is certainly not where it ends! The last two are similar to the numbers 1 and 0 - that is, symbols of a digital signal. Wow!


The letter 'Н' symbolises two people (a client and a representative of the company) shaking hands. Crazy, isn't it?

Apple Logo!

Rob Yanov, designed Apple's logo! 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'.


Pepsi spent a lot of money to come up with this logo. The new one 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. Unbelievable, right?