There is more to some famous symbols, icons and logos we come across every day, than that meets the eye. They have hidden meanings, ideas or messages inscribed within them, that are not easily noticeable. In here, we are revealing those “not so obvious” hidden meanings and messages behind some famous logos and symbols.
Hidden meaning in Amazon’s logo
It reflects the company’s ‘customer-centric’ mission statement that customers can buy anything from A to Z on the website with a yellow smile & a dimple connecting between the two letters A & Z in the logo.
Hidden arrow in the FedEx’s logo
What Bluetooth actually means?
Bluetooth was named after Harald Blatand who was a Danish Viking king from the 10th century. The symbol of Bluetooth is actually a combination of his initials as written in Old Norse (ancient Danish runes).
Bear in Toblerone’s logo
Inspiration for the USB symbol
The power symbol on your computer too has a meaning!
Colorful peacock of NBC
3 tiny letters on Lincoln’s shoulder on US penny
Since 1918 US has engraved three tiny letters on Lincoln’s shoulder on every penny minted. The letters are V,D&B which are the initials of Victor David Brenner who designed the portrait of Abraham Lincoln which has been used on one-cent coin ever since 1908.
Hidden signs on the polar bear image of the new Coca-Cola (winter theme)
Sign on cosmetics
Gillette’s logo with a hidden detail
Hidden image in Hershey’s Kisses logo
Icons within the Unilever logo
Unilever’s logo contains 25 smaller icons, each representing an important aspect of the brand’s business. “Each icon has a rich meaning at its core, and represents some aspect of our effort to make sustainable living commonplace,” explains the company.
Tostitos too has some message
Baskin-Robbins 31 flavors
Goodwill’s logo has a smiling face
Hidden figure in the logo of Tour de France
Northwest Airlines has 3 different meanings
‘Push pin’ in the Pinterest logo
The Beats’ logo
Interesting fact about the Jif peanut butter logo
The number 8 in the diamonds card
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