Amazing Company Logos and Their Meaning
Some company logos do catch our attention. But, have you ever given a thought on the what these logos stand for? These creative designs are not just aesthetically appealing but also have a deeper meaning hidden in them. Let’s try to unravel the mystery behind some of the company logos.
Amazon.com- Online retail company
The arrow from a to z signifies that they have everything from a to z. And you thought it was just a curve, right? It also looks like a smile, saying that they try to make their customers smile. Isn’t that sweet?
IBM- Computer, Technology and IT consulting corporation
This creative “eye bee M” logo was designed by Paul Rand in 1981. That was an innovative and a casual style of putting things.
Cluenatic- A mind-sport
The logo of a puzzle game known as cluenatic is equally puzzling. Since one has to unravel four clues in the game, the logo has C,L,U and E as a maze. If you see from a distance the logo looks like a key. Amazing!!!
Eight 20- Consulting company
Every letter in the logo is a variation of number 8. What a genius!!!
FedEx-Logistics services company
Have you ever noticed the arrow between E and X? The arrow symbolizes direction, promptness and focus.
What do you see? A girl performing yoga? We thought so too. Look closely and you can see the map of Australia.
Marriage- Magazine from Reader’s Digest
Simple yet so profound! Two mirrored Rs signify union, communication and closeness between the partners.
That’s the white plane propeller against the blue sky. BMW were originally makers of the military aircrafts engines in the World War. The logo stayed on!!!
Baskin Robbins: Ice creams
Can you find 31 in the logo? That’s 31 flavors of ice cream for you. Yummy we would say!!!
Forkwire: Online Food Delivery Service
The logo has a fork as an “@” symbol. Food and Internet together. Basic, isn’t it?
Big Ten: Collegiate Conference
The conference has eleven schools participating, however, they wanted to retain the name. The logo has the number 11 hidden in between, find it!!!
Elettro Domestici: Home Appliances
The negative space in the logo brings out “E” and “D”. The logo itself is in the form of an electric plug. Electrifying!!!
SUN Microsystems: Computer Systems
A perfect example of symmetry. The logo has only the alphabets “u” and “n”, however, they are placed in such a way that they form an “s”. Anyway you look at it, you will find “sun”.
The two ellipses depict the heart of the customer and the heart of the product. The outer ellipse is the ever-expanding technology which knows no bounds. And you thought it was just a “T”!!!
Lafeyette: A Department Store in Paris
The logo depicts the true spirit of Paris. Can you locate a small Eiffel Tower formed by the two “ts”? Creativity at its best!!!
Google: Internet search technology
With 770 innovative logos, Google takes the cake in creating amazing logos. It keeps changing the logos according to the festivals, holidays, birthdays of famous people etc.