Hidden Meanings Behind Popular Logos You Never Knew

- March 20, 2018
Adidas, Apple, BMW, Coca-cola Toyota we see these famous Products everywhere but
never consider what their logos mean exactly, but every line curve and colour have meanings behind it. Most of them were designed to indicate something much more than simple beauty. Curious to know? then this awesome blog post is for you.

1. Apple

The designer who came up with a world famous Apple company logo explained his idea in
one of his interviews. He said that he bought a bag of apples place them in a bowl and spent
time drawing them for a week trying to break the image down into something simple. Taking a bite out of an apple was part of the experiment completely by coincidence he realized that bite
sounded exactly the same as the computer term "byte".


Seen a VAIO PC before? The first few letters of the VAIO logo represent an analog wave while the last two are similar to the numbers 1 and 0 related to computer binary/digital terms.


At the first look at Amazon's logo, it appears to have absolutely nothing special, however, it was designed with a company's philosophy in mind. The orange arrow you see below the text is similar to a smile because the company wants its customers to be satisfied with its services + the arrow is also
stretched between the letters A and Z in hints that the company sells absolutely every product/device you can ever imagine 😶.


Most times people compare the logo of Toyota to an image of a cowboy wearing a hat - but that's not true at all. Its logo represents a stylized image of a needle's eye with a thread passing through it as this is a hint at the company's past because they used to produce weaving machines.

However, the individual parts of the logo also spell out the letters of the company's name.


On Pinterest, most people collect images they like from across the internet and pin them to their online boards that's why the image of a pin is hidden in the letter P of the Pinterest's logo.


Beats is an audio headset/earphone producer with the headquarters located the United States of America uses a logo in which the letter B on the back of their devices looks like headphones on a
person's head, so that absolutely means more than you think..