13 Popular Logos Have The Hidden Meaning, Which Went unnoticed.
The famous brands have catchy logos but very few know that each one of them has a story. Let us know about such famous logo stories and let the world know about it.
Bite or Byte
The interesting logo of apple came into existence all by coincidence. Logo designer Rob Yanov brought a bag full of apple and started drawing it. He accidentally took a bite and bell struck in his mind that bite sounds like the byte.
Audio equipment company Beat’s logo has very interesting representation. The circle stands for the human head while the letter “b” stands for beat headphones worn on the head.
Sports Man Choice
The three stripes at a defined angle in Adidas logo represents mountain and it encourages to cross every hurdle faced by a sportsman.
There is no rocket science in explaining the logo of BMW. It describes the Bavarian flag from where the company was born.
Coca-Cola coincidently formed a logo which had Danish flag in the “O” of Cola. They very smartly used this as their marketing strategy in some part of the world.
The Arrow smiling beneath the Amazon logo sends out the message that they have very wide range products available (From A to Z).
The logo of Toyota represents needle hole and thread passing by since they were earlier selling stitching machines. And the whole logo spells the word “TOYOTA” as well.
The logo of Formula 1 is very interestingly explained. The black F stands for “Formula” and “Power + Determination” the space between F and the red line shows “1” while the red color is for passion and energy.
LG logo has a great story to tell, it forms the face where L is the nose and G is the remaining part. They crave to have great relations with their customers.
Only a crazy nerd can understand the Sony Vaio logo. “V” and “A” stands for analog wave, while “I” and “O” represents the digital signal.
The pink color in the “BR” of Baskin Robbins intelligently shows the no. 31. This means that BR has 31 flavors of ice creams to offer.
The slanting “H” of Hyundai not only represents the company name but it also means that two people are shaking hands and those two people are customer and Hyundai employee.
Toblerone is from Bern, Switzerland and there is an outline of a bear in the logo which represents Bern famously known as the city of bears. Wasn’t that interesting? Start searching for other logos and know a bit more about them.
What’s Popular Now :
>> 10 Pictures That Prove That Only Time Changes Not Love
>> 8 Unknown Facts About All Kinds Of Interesting Topics
>> 11 Before
>> 10 Most Beautiful Princesses Of The world
>> Learn what the shape of your thumb means
>> 10 Things Women Do On The First Date Which Drives Men Crazy.
>> 11 Reasons Why Meghan Markle Will Never Last As A Royal
>> 15 Gross Things That All Girls Do But Don’t Talk About
>> Attractive People Confess The Issue Which They Face Because Of Their Beauty
>> 10 Photos Showing That genetics Is An Unpredictable Thing.