All your favorite and famous brands might have very simple looking logos, but they are not so simple if you think about the creativity poured into them. Every single detail from colors to shapes, lines, and curves has been thought out and ideally chosen.
If you are sitting on the edge of your chair curious about the reason and meaning behind some of these famous brands, you’re in luck. Here are a few famous logos you never knew about their hidden meaning.
For most people, the logo is a stylish ‘H’ representing the first letter of the brand’s name. But that’s far from reality. The ‘H’ is actually two people – a client and a company representative shaking hands, probably after a closed deal.
A quick look at the Amazon logo won’t bring up any credible ideas in your mind. But that’s where it gets interesting. The ingenuity of the reason behind the logo is phenomenal.
The bland-looking orange arrow of the logo is actually a 'smile' which is basically the company's philosophy (happy customers). It also stretches from A to Z on Amazon, hinting that you can get absolutely everything on Amazon.
You probably don’t know this, but this Japanese car manufacturer used to make weaving machines. Its logo hints at Toyota’s past, using a stylized needle eye with a thread passing through it.
Asides from that, the individual parts of the Toyota logo spell out T-O-Y-O-T-A.
If you look closely at the Coca-cola logo, the space between the letters O and L, the Danish flag is clearly visible. While this is a coincidence of sorts, Coca-Cola has capitalized on it for its marketing in the Scandinavian country. Talk about being smart about a supposed mistake!