The Top 15 World Famous Logos With Hidden Meanings

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People have to do the best they can to get through each day, and the constant stream of information that we’re provided with, through advertising, is a constant reminder of our place in society, and how we can relate to everyone else.

All of us are on a constant lookout for the best products – we are like a herd of cattle or a flock of geese, except that we are on a constant lookout and always think about our next purchase.

Top 15 Famous Hidden Meaning Logos

Most logos are just pretty designs. But they also have other meanings. They’re meant to influence our perceptions on certain things or be part of a bigger story or image.

You’ll see what I mean when I show you a few of the first of the world famous logos on this list, which have a rather interesting hidden meaning.

1. McDonald’s

It all started in 1948 when a McDonalds’ employee put a hamburger in a box like a gift for his boss and it became a success. He wanted to thank his boss with a gift, so instead of a handshake, he gave him a gift.

Louis Cheskin was a professional logo designer who created a design for McDonald’s that became the current logo. I think it’s fantastic that the company decided to go back to the original logo that was created by a professional.

The company has not confirmed this but, in reality, the golden ‘M’ logo is a pair of breasts. This affects many people who see a pair of breasts when the logo is present and this makes them hungry.

2. Amazon

Amazon is a global online marketplace for all your online shopping needs. They sell everything from electronics to books, games, and more. As you can see from the Amazon logo above, they make their logo really large.

Well, this definitely looks very simple on the eyes, but the orange is clearly representing the bright colours of the company.

In a flash, the little arrows are transformed into the symbol for a chain of shops, and people rush in and out of them excitedly.

3. Pepsi

Arnell Associates created a really nice logo for Pepsi… the Pepsi logo is very similar to Arnell’s logo though. Pepsi paid Arnell $1 million to change the Pepsi logo.

The last one is a variation of the first one, but with a different meaning added to it.

I guess this must be some kind of Da Vince’s secret symbol, since it encompasses so many different elements and is somehow related to the renaissance.

I don’t know, it’s a little bit messy, and I don’t feel like I need to do it again.

4. Toblerone

Not long ago, the U.S. government decided to close down the country’s immigration system. The only reason why the United States decided to do this was because people from some countries were becoming too aggressive.

Without knowing about the history of this mountain, it would be easy to simply think that the Toblerone logo is just another logo. But if you take a closer look at the mountain design at the top, you’ll notice the silhouette of a bear within it.

5. Google

The green of the G logo does stand out. When taken out of the context of the rest of the logo, it does make the rest of the logo fall a little short.

It should be a primary color, like the red or blue, so people can say it’s the same color as the logo.

It all started when they realized that they couldn’t be as different as Facebook anymore. So they decided to make Google+ a Facebook clone, but with a much higher security level to make sure that they don’t get sued for “copying” their competitors.

The fact that there’s no text at all, and the music is very simple and repetitive, and the colors are very vivid is quite remarkable.

6. FedEx

The FedEx logo is a simple red logo on a white background. It’s really just two simple graphics on the page.

The ‘E’ and the ‘x’ are separated by an arrow, which means the two characters are in the same category.

We can’t just throw the products under a truck and sit around for 12-18 months waiting for the products to arrive. We have the products, we have the means, it’s time to get going and make these products fly.

7. Apple

Even though the letters are different and the shape of the apple isn’t an apple, the company’s name is “Apple”, so the apple’s appearance on the logo is fairly obvious.

No, I didn’t, but I will make you an offer. Let us go to my place later. I can fill it for you.

This was incorporated into the design through a deliberate decision on the part of the artist. The forbidden fruit came from the Tree of Knowledge.

This difference is further emphasized by two other items in the set. A pair of apples appears at the top of the frame, while a pair of grapes appears at the bottom.

The “A” is for apple, the “L” is for the letter “L” and the “M” for “Macintosh”
The meaning that these three letters together represent, along with the fact that Apple is an anagram for “Macintosh,” make Apple’s logo truly a great and very clever design.

8. Adidas

Before, the Adidas logo used to have a three stripe verticals but it wasn’t slanted the way it is now.

The logo has been around forever, so they decided to make a slight change.

I’m not sure that the three stripes are slanted to resemble obstacles. I’m not sure that I’ve ever really thought about how it works; but I think that the stripes are slanted to resemble obstacles.

9. Mercedes

The Mercedes-Benz logo represents a simple and powerful message. It also shows that Mercedes is the dominant player in its field by showing how it has power on land, sea, and in the air.

10. Toyota

I always thought the ellipses and the ‘T’ were related, but I wasn’t sure how. I found a Japanese website that explains the meaning of the ellipses and the ‘T’. The ‘T’ in this logo represents the word Toyota, and the ellipses represent the number of Toyota models available. Thus, the logo represents that Toyota has many vehicles to choose from.

– The first heart [1] was the one that gave birth to the first sin, which means “to act”;
– The second heart [2] was the one that was the mother of all human sins, and it was the one that had its origin in the fear.

11. Baskin Robbins

The Baskin Robbins logo has red letters and numbers, but the numbers are colored with blue ink and the letters are pink. This makes the middle section of the logo look like the number “31”.

I think it’s funny that they don’t have ice cream that tastes like chocolate.

12. Audi

The Audi 4 Rings come from the Audi quattro cars. These 4 rings represent the 4 driving modes.

The four rings represent the 4 founding companies of the Auto-Union Consortium: DKW, Horch, Wanderer and Audi.

The second logo uses a gold background.

13. Tostitos

14. Volkswagen

Volkswagen is actually short for Volkswagen am Vogelsang because of its location in Vogelsang, Germany. It’s not where the logo comes from though.

Volkswagen has developed an all-electric car that can seat everyone in a family, in a manner similar to what is happening with the ‘people’s car’.

15. IBM

The three letter IB M logo is actually a combination of the three letters IBM, and the three lines that make them up are the letters IBM.

It’s hard to ignore the equal signs in this logo. You can read some meaning into it, but it’s also likely a result of the typeface, which was chosen based on the equality of all people.


The first one is the most famous: The Apple Logo.
The second one is also famous: The Microsoft Windows logo. The
third one is one of the most common: Nike’s swoosh.
The fourth one is the most famous: The Amazon’s arrow logo.
The last two are actually from the same company: The Sony Playstation logo and the Coca-Cola logo.

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