Things are not always what they appear at first sight, and these company emblems or logo designs demonstrate it. Check out these 10 well-known insignias or logos, which you may not have realized in reality, have a secret double meaning.
Check out the famous logo designs and their meanings-
There is an arrow present in the Amazon logo that point from a to z. This arrow depicts that Amazon has all types of things (a-z) that are sold as retail. The arrow also represents a smiling face.
The logo of Apple Company is a bitten Apple. This apple represents “Tree of Knowledge” from the Adam and Eve story mentioned in the Bible.
IBM has a big blue logo where white lines cross through this logo in the lower right portion highlighting the shape of “Equal” sign thereby promoting the message of “Equality”.
This logo of Mobil is made of red and blue colors. The logo is very meaningful. The red color depicts strength but blue color represents faithfulness and security in the company.
The FedEX Logo has red colored Ex and there is a white space between E and x which is an arrow that point towards arrow which means we always have to move forward toward the future.
The four circles of Audi Logo represent four companies i.e. Audi, Horch, Wanderer, DKW who were the part of Auto-Union Consortium of 1932.
BMW Logo has a propeller of moving plane. The blue color is representing the sky. BMW used to manufacture the engines of military planes of Germany during the World War II.
Mercedes-Benz has a three-cornered star in the center of its round logo. The three white spaces in the logo symbolize land, sky and sea depicting Mercedes-Benz is the best company having control on all.
Toyota, the world famous Japanese Auto Company has three ellipses in its logo where each ellipse represents the heart of the customer, the heart of the product and the heart of advancement of technology and limitless opportunity that would be there in future.
Volkswagen, the German automobile manufacturer has a logo that has got letter “V” and “W” engraved in it. “V” represents Volks meaning people and “Wagen” means car.