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15 Famous Logos With Super Sneaky Hidden Meanings

15 Famous Logos With Super Sneaky Hidden Meanings

We never bother wondering why some logos look the way they do. They are not just made to look fancy and have an attractive design, and they have meanings behind them. There is a reason why they look the way they do.

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The Toyota logo was made in 1989 on the company’s fiftieth anniversary. The three ovals are placed in such a manner that they make a ‘T.’ Each oval means something, the heart of the customer is the most important which is why that falls in the center. The logo Shows the respecting relationship between the two- customer and company. The third shows the values the company stands for and how it sees itself in the world.

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There is not much logic when it comes to the logo of McDonald’s. This logo was developed in the sixties, and it stood for the first letter of their name. The way ‘M’ is shaped was reportedly supposed to look like healthy breasts – but we still are not sure whether the design consultant was kidding or not.

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The unique thing about this logo lies in color. The red stands for strength and solid ground. The blue, on the other hand, stands for security and truthfulness that the company aims to provide.

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The latest logo for Pepsi cost the company about a million dollars. Due to the logo, the company also had to rebrand everything that cost even more. The logo resembles and is inspired by the Feng Shui’s theory of relativity.

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BMW has a background in aviation, and they stick to that, even though they are into producing vehicles now. The propeller is depicted by the color white and blue. It also has that the propeller is glancing through towards the sky. BMW also had a significant role to play in the WWII as they were in aviation and supported the German army with air crafts.

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The logo is on an apple, with a bite taken off it. In the bible, Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit. The idea comes from there and turns into an apple from the ‘tree of knowledge.’

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No one can point this one out unless you are looking for it. If you look closely, you will see a shape of an arrow in the middle of ‘E’ and ‘X.’ This arrow is there to show how the company thinks ahead and how they want to more forward towards their bright future.

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Merc’s logo is a bit arrogant, as the logo represents how they dominate in all spheres. Especially in quality provided and unique style over all the things in the world.

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The multiple colors used in this logo are done on purpose and not by mistake. They wanted to come across as a playful company and how they do not fit in a box. They don’t deem themselves to follow the rules and did not want their logo looking too chunky either. They didn’t go with the design so much as they went for color and text.

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The three stripes are in a shape of a mountain. This is intentionally done so to mean that people have the perseverance to overcome mountains of hurdles. Originally the logo just had stripes in it and didn’t stand for anything.

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NBC’s owner initially started producing TVs that were colored. There is a reason the logo looks like a peacock with colorful feathers. The owner wanted his customer base to know that they were missing out on life and living in ‘black and white.’

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The four rings represent the first four founding companies. In the year 1932, it was owned and founded by DKW, Wanderer, Audi, and Horch.

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IBM’s logo represents for equality. The white lines in it are just like the ‘equals to’ sign, and they were incorporated just for this purpose. People usually think this is just to make the logo look fancy and stylish, but that is not the case.

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In German, ‘volks’ means people and ‘wagen’ means car. So they named the company and logo because they wanted to produce a car that is meant for the people. Volkswagen is known.

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Amazon wants to make its customers happy just like any company, but this is the only company that has put a smiley in their logo. The smiley is not just there for only this purpose but also to make an arrow from ‘A’ to ‘Z’ – suggesting that they sell everything under one roof, you name it. From A to Z, they have everything.

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