Things are not always as they seem to be. There are millions of secrets not known to us, stories we never noticed or facts that we chose to ignore. There’s always a meaning behind everything. Even the color we choose have a story of it’s own.
Here are 15 famous logos with a meaning we never actually thought it to be.
Many mistake the symbol of this South Korean company that is “H” to be a symbol for the name of the company as it’s the first letter of the name. But what people don’t know is this letter “H” actually represents two people ( a client and a representative of the company) shaking hands.
Even with evolution with its logo over time, the logo has always had the three stripes. These three stripes symbolizes a mountain which represents the hurdles and challenges sportsmen have to overcome.
Seems like nothing special but the logo of Amazon has a hidden meaning that is actually the philosophy of the company. The orange arrow in the logo symbolizes a smile, which represents that the company want its customers to be satisfied. Also stretched from letter A to Z, the arrow says that the company sells every imaginable product.
#4. Baskin Robbins
The logo seems normal at first. But when noticed, the pink colored parts of the BR section make up the number 31, which is actually the number of flavors of ice cream, Baskin Robbins used to sell.
The logo of this Car-producer company represents a stylized image of a needle eye with a thread passing through it. It represents the company history of producing weaving machines and it actually makes up the name of the company in itself.