12 Famous Logos That Have A Hidden Message

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12 Famous Logos That Have A Hidden Message
Like it or not, we all live under the capitalist system. With all its drawbacks and advantages, capitalism is particularly associated with competition – a process that can be described as the engine of the market evolution. Competition may serve as a form of natural selection in a free market where the strongest, the smartest and the fastest win. This is why competitive markets promote and foster innovation, including intelligent solutions for a brand’s visualization. A smart logo can maximize the brand’s message to its customers. This is the reason why major brands tend to create visually striking logos that speak volumes about the unique qualities or expectations associated with a brand’s products or services. All of them have gone through vigorous design and redesign, and we assure you that none of them contain irrelevant or unnecessary elements. Now try to figure out why designers decided to use those specific elements. What do they mean? What message do (should) they convey? Don’t despair, if you fail to decode some of them. Actually, certain logos of the most successful companies hide creative secrets within them that you might easily miss. To help you decipher these riddles, we’ve compiled a set of famous logos and explained what elements of their brilliant designs have a hidden meaning.

 

 

Adidas
1 AdidasThe leading sportswear company’s logo resembles a mountain that represents the obstacles that Adidas will help you overcome.

 

 

Amazon2 AmazonThe arrow linking the ‘A’ and ‘Z’ represents the variety of products that the online store offers. It also resembles a smile meaning the satisfaction of Amazon’s customers.

 

 

Apple3 AppleMany Apple fans think that the logo represents the forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge. However, it may be a tribute to Alan Turing. He’s the man who invented the so-called Turing machine, a hypothetical device representing a computing machine, Turing machines help computer scientists understand the limits of mechanical computation. There’s a hypothesis that Alan Turing died after biting into an apple laced with cyanide.

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