Big companies like Apple, Hyundai, Toyota etc., are known for their extensive development of their business. One of the most peculiar things about these companies is that they also have some unique logos. These all look very simple and clear but have a lot of meaning hidden in them. Do you want to know what these logos actually mean?
Let us take a look at some of the most famous companies logos and find the real meaning behind them
In the words of Rob Yanov, creator of the world-famous Apple logo, ‘I bought a whole bag of apple and spent a week drawing them, trying to create something unique and simple. I took a bite out of an apple and then I realised that ‘bite‘ sounds exactly the same as the computer term ‘byte‘.’ And that's how the logo came into existence.
As simple as this logo looks, it signifies a figure of two people shaking hands; preferably a client and a company official.
This one is the most creative one of the lot. There is an 'a' in the name directed to a 'z' with an arrow, representing that they have all the products from a to z available on their website.
Creative, isn't it?
Though many people believe that this logo represents the rotating blades of an aeroplane; it is actually the image of the Bavarian flag. Bavaria is a place in Germany where the company originated from.
According to the designer of Pepsi logo, it has many hidden meanings in it and it is designed based on Feng Shui, Geodynamics and above all, the theory of relativity. However, the red, blue and white colours represent the American flag
The logo of beats represents both the letter 'b' and a person wearing headphones. Truly innovative.
7. Baskin Robbins
The logo of the famous ice cream company, Baskin Robbins has a number 31 in its logo which represents the number of flavors this company serves to its customers.
The logo of Toyota represents a stylised image of the eye of a needle with a thread passing through it as the company used to first deal with weaving machines. And also, the individual parts of the logo represent the name of the company.
9. Sony Vaio
The first two letters of this represent the wave (Analogue Signal) and the last two letters represent the digits the numbers 1 and 0 (Digital Signal).
The logo of this most famous website has a pin hiding in the 'P' of Pinterest.
How many of these did you know, guys?