No, the Pac-Man reference is not confirmed, but it’s cool to look at anyways. There is hidden meaning in the LG logo, though. Everyone knows the face, but its position, as well as the “L” and “G,” inside the circle that matters. According to LG, this centers humanity above all else. The circle itself symbolizes the world, future, youth, humanity, and technology while the red impersonates friendliness. (Hint: a lot of companies use red for this very reason, as it seems to attract consumers a lot.)
Ever notice that Adidas’ symbol looks like a mountain? Well, that’s precisely what it’s supposed to mean. The three stripes, which was part of the original logo in 1967, never really meant anything. It was just presumed to be unique. In the ’90s, though, they slanted the stripes so that it would represent a mountain, which stands for the obstacles people need to overcome.
This is precisely one of the only things on this list without a hidden meaning, but I had to add it simply for the fact that it blew my mind when I found out. Ever ponder what Häagen-Dazs means? It means nothing. Creator Reuben Mattus invented the word to make it sound “Danish-sounding,” essentially in homage. This takes their slogan, “made like no other,” to a whole new level.
Yeah, it’s a peacock, but did you ever wonder why it has so various colors? That’s because, during the ’50s, NBC’s owner was RCA and they had just begun to manufacture color televisions. Since RCA wished people still watching on black-and-white TV to know what they were missing, NBC created a colorful logo to adapt to the new technology.
Four hoops…plain and simple, right? Well, wrong. Certainly, each of these hoops represent the 4 founding companies of the Auto-Union Consortium way back in 1932: like DKW, Horch, Wanderer and Audi.
Now after seeing these famous logos, you might have some ideas to design one for you business company.
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