Did you ever pay attention to what the logos of this famous companies actually mean?
We see them every day—in our homes, on TV, out in the street. They’re the famous logos of the brands we’ve come to know, love and sometimes flaunt while owning them. These logos not only accurately represent the famous brands they’re associated to, they have become a part of our shared culture and status symbol.
Logos are practically enshrined by our society, and yet they were designed by people just like any other piece of graphic art. The design of these world brands takes a lot of hard work, a lot of creativity and a little bit of luck. Just about every major corporate logo they have a fascinating story behind it.
Here just get started, you will go a series of shock after you know about them.
- The tri-Star, Benz it is.
The Mercedes-Benz logo is the most confident of all. The tri-star represents the company’s dominance in quality and style over all things land, sea and air.
2. An apple is just an apple.
The name Apple all comes down to a simple explanation—Steve Jobs liked the sound of it. The Apple logo represents the forbidden fruit from the “Tree of Knowledge” in the Biblical creation story of Adam and Eve.
3. The heart of hidden symbols.
Toyota, the automobile manufacturer’s logo is composed of overlapping ovals, which represent the intersection of their customers’ and company’s hearts. Even the empty space behind the logo represents the boundless opportunities the future may bring.