Many Does Not Know That Famous Logos Came With A Hidden Message

Many Does Not Know That Famous Logos Came With A Hidden Message

 

While most would be able to tell a famous brand just by looking at the logo, but did you know that most of the time there’s a hidden message in the logo itself?

 

We will look at some of the famous logos and let’s see whether you can identify the hidden meaning behind it or notice the creativity in the design itself.

 

Toblerone

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optical spy

Notice anything there?

 

Here, have a closer look.

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Logo Tod

 

Toyota

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Some might know that the three ellipses on the Toyota logo represents three hearts: customers’ heart, the heart of the product, and the heart to progress in the field of technology.

 

What most does not know is the true meaning in the logo itself.

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Logo Flair

 

VAIO

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the logo smith

VAIO logo is very creative indeed. The front part represents the analog symbol while the last two letters are binary.

 

Amazon

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Design.inc Studios

The arrow from the Amazon logo does look like a smiley. That is why most would suggest that it represents customers’ satisfaction. But upon closer inspection, the arrow is actually pointing from a to z, which means Amazon sells everything from a to z and the smile on customers face who bought a product.

 

Baskin Robbins

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Logo Tod

Take a look at what’s hidden in the logo in pink color. That’s right, it is a 31, which is the number of flavors Baskin Robbins sells.

 

Spartan Golf Club

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DotCave

This logo is ingenious. It looks like a golfer taking a swing, but look at it another way, you will see a Spartan helmet.

 

Sun Microsystems

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Logo Tod

SUN stands for Stanford University Network. The logo of this leading software manufacturer was created by professor Vaughan Pratt from Stanford University where the diamond icon actually says Sun in every direction.

 

Coca Cola

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The Drum

This logo has a message cleverly hidden at the “o”. Most people wouldn’t notice it, but it is actually a Denmark flag. Can you see the flag now? The picture below might be clearer.

 

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Creativity Online

 

Wendy’s

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BurgerBusiness

Wendy’s collar actually spells out the word “MOM” because it is their belief that when you think of mom’s cooking, you will think of Wendy’s.

 

LG

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Ziked

The LG logo incorporates the initial LG which is the merger of two Korean companies, Lucky and Gold Star. The circle itself represents the globe, future, youth, humanity, and technology, while the smiley face shows the happy customers and also the friendliness and approach. Some also believe that Pac Man is hidden in the LG logo.

 

FedEx

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Logo Tod

If you look closely at the FedEx logo, you will notice that there is an arrow between the letter E and X. The arrow represents speed, accuracy, and forward thinking of the company.

 

Many also did not notice that the letter E and D also hangs lower than the other letters.

 

NBC

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wikipedia

The logo of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is actually a peacock. That is why it is also referred to as the Peacock Network. Did you ever wonder why it has so many colors? In actual fact, the six primary and secondary colors in its feathers symbolize color broadcast, and they represent the six divisions at NBC: News, Sports, Entertainment, Stations, Network, and Productions.

 

Audi

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Zero to 60 Times

The four hoops of the Audi logo represents the four founding companies of the Auto-Union Consortium during 1932: DKW, Horch, Wanderer, and Audi.

 


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