10 Brands you didn’t know the secret behind them!

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10 Global Brands Logos We Didn’t Know their significance secrets

A logo is important in product marketing and spread. Some logos were the cause of the popularity of certain products, and others were the cause of the failure of other products. Although some global products Logos are characterized with simplicity and lack of sophistication, but they are not only just simple forms to promote products, there are meanings and connotations behind them which were not designed by chance.

10- Hyundai

Hyundai logo
Hyundai logo

Many believe that the slogan of the South Korean car company «Hyundai», indicates only the first letter of the word, but in fact, the logo is a company client and employee shaking hands, to make it appear in the form of the letter «H» italic.

9- Adidas

Adidas logo
Adidas logo

The logo of the German sportswear and equipments company «Adidas», by its founder, Adolf Dassler, has been changing over the past years, but it always includes three lines. The current logo is a 3 slashes form a triangle, symbolizing the mountain, which represents the challenges that must be overcome to athletes during exercise.

8- Apple

Apple logo
Apple logo

The famous American Apple slogan was not a coincidence to fit with the company’s name, its designer, Rob Yanov, explained how he came to that design, and how he got the idea of the bitten apple. He said that he bought apples and put them in a bowl, and spent time trying to figure something special in the picture to make it more creative and simple while pulling an apple after the other for a week. Biting the apple during his work was part of the experience, and by coincidence, the idea came to his mind when he realized that the word bite in English «bite» is similar in pronunciation to the word «byte» which is a unit of measurement in the digital information in computers.

7- Amazon

Amazon logo
Amazon logo

When you look at the US Amazon online shop website logo, you’ll find an arrow in orange featuring a smile, so delightfully in itself, meaning that the company would like to satisfy their customers, but the truth behind the logo is that the arrow is not under these particular characters by coincidence, the arrow stemming from character A and heading towards the letter Z means that the company sells everything and has all the products from a to Z.

6- Baskin Robbins

Baskin robbins logo
Baskin robbins logo

Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream has chosen a logo that includes B and R in shades of blue and pink, which looks so beautiful and different. however, by looking at the two characters in front of you, you will find No. 31, which is the number of flavours of ice cream sold by the famous shop.

5- Toyota

Toyota logo
Toyota logo

Toyota Motor Corporation logo is two circles, one vertical and the other horizontal above it, and by concentrating you’ll find that it looks like a needle slot, that’s because textile machines were an old company product.

4- Formula 1

F1 logo
F1 logo

If you pay attention for the Formula 1 logo, you’ll find that the white space between the F letter and the red lines form the No. 1, while the red lines symbolize the speed with which they are accessed using Formula 1.

3- Pinterest

Pinterest logo
Pinterest logo

Pinterest famous website, dedicated to the publication of photos and news, allows users to keep these links through suspension «pin», so the first letter of the word P gives pin format, which is used to hang the paper.

2- BMW

BMW logo
BMW logo

The circle divided to blue and white in the BMW logo indicates a flying spin-wing. The company was in its starts working in aviation technology, while the two colours white and blue are the colours of the flag of Bavaria, which is the origin of the company in Germany.

1- LG

Lg logo- brands
Lg logo

South Korean electronics company LG, chose a logo for them that contains the two letters L and G in the form of a human face laugh, they has confirmed that it is their ambition to maintain a normal human relationships with their customers.