17 company logos and their secret messages


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17 company logos and their secret messages

Every day we see the logos of various companies and products. Many have a hidden meaning, the company skillfully link with a message or play with his name. We show you 17 creative Logos, where you should look twice.

We are daily surrounded by countless company logos. But rarely do we take the trouble to decipher what the designers of the respective logos are actually thinking. Here are behind in many cases, very interesting ideas that up ranging from Morse code to a reference to a competitor, which the company wants out of business. Here are 17 creative product and company logos with a hidden message.

In this album puts a message

Amazon

From A to Z: The Amazon logo draws attention to the wide range of products.  (Logo: Amazon)

From A to Z: The Amazon logo draws attention to the wide range of products. (Logo: Amazon)

The Amazon logo should really know any. While many people hold the arrow under the name of the company for a kind of Smiley, behind it something else entirely.The arrow points from A to Z and is intended to illustrate the extensive product assortment of the retail giant.

XNA

XNA contains the term in the form of Morse code.  (Logo: Microsoft)

XNA contains the term in the form of Morse code. (Logo: Microsoft)

The development of Microsoft’s video game XNA Runtime is set-2013.Nevertheless, it is a very interesting logo. In the X of the Morse code for XNA was hidden. “- .. -” Means X, “-.” Stands for N and “. – “Again stands in the international Morse Code for A.

Facebook Places

Facebook Places: The logo suggests, on which competitors had Facebook apart with the product.  (Logo: Facebook)

Facebook Places: The logo suggests, on which competitors had Facebook apart with the product. (Logo: Facebook)

With Places Facebook wanted to ask a competitor for Foursquare on their feet.From this intention of the social media giant has already made ​​no bones about the logo. The red arrow points directly to a four (in English: four) located on a rectangle (English: Square) is – exactly on the direct opponent.

Cisco

Cisco: name and logo are a reference to San Francisco.  (Logo: Cisco)

Cisco: name and logo are a reference to San Francisco. (Logo: Cisco)

The name was derived from Cisco San Francisco and in the company logo infected with the Golden Gate Bridge, the most famous landmark in the city.

VAIO

Analog and Digital: The VAIO logo.  (Logo: VAIO)

Analog and Digital: The VAIO logo. (Logo: VAIO)

VAIO was a former Sony brand, which was sold to Japan Industrial Partners in March 2014th The PC maker has been known for its innovative and relatively sleek design of its calculator. The V and A in the logo representing an analog waveform, while the IO represents a binary code.

Ubuntu

Tech logo: Ubuntu stands for Sharing.  (Logo: Ubuntu)

Tech logo: Ubuntu stands for Sharing. (Logo: Ubuntu)

The term comes from the Ubuntu South African speaking countries and means “human kindness”. In South Africa, the term is understood as a philosophy of life.Fits to the logo of the same Linux distribution shows three people holding each other’s hands and turn their eyes skyward.

Picasa

Logos: Picasa combines camera mechanics with a house.  (Logo: Google)

Logos: Picasa combines camera mechanics with a house. (Logo: Google)

Picasa is Google’s answer to the question how images organized, could be shared and edited. The logo shows the shutter of a camera, in which there is a house.”Casa” is the Spanish word for home, while “Pic” shorthand for the English word for image (“picture”) is.

Beats

Beats: Even the logo shows a man wearing a headset.  (Logo: Beats)

Beats: Even the logo shows a man wearing a headset. (Logo: Beats)

Beats Electronics was acquired in 2014 by Apple Mail. The company is primarily known as a manufacturer of headphones. This fact is also reflected in the logo again. The red circle symbolizes a head while the B is a set of headphones.

Sun Microsystems

No matter how you look at it, Sun can you actually always read from the logo.  (Logo: Sun / Oracle)

No matter how you look at it, Sun can you actually always read from the logo. (Logo: Sun / Oracle)

The Sun logo is no longer used since the takeover of the company by Oracle. It was an ambigram, ie a symmetrical lettering which always gives the word Sun from different perspectives.

Eighty20

Eighty20 sets in its logo on binary code.  Had you known him?  (Logo: Eighty20)

Eighty20 sets in its logo on binary code. Had you known him? (Logo: Eighty20)

The logo of the market research firm Eighty20 hides a not equal to be recognized binary code. The blue squares are for one, the white for zero. Thus arises 1010000 and 0010100 which corresponds to the numbers 80 and 20 – Eighty20 precisely.

Code Fish Studio

A fish out of code.  Can be so easy the connection of logo and company name.  (Logo: Code Fish Studios)

A Fish Out Code: Easy may be the combination of logo and company name. (Logo: Code Fish Studios)

The app developer and designer of the Code Fish Studio put at their logo on minimalism. It consists of no more and no less than seven characters that have been assembled to form a fish. The allusion to the industry and the name of the company should really understand each.

Pittsburgh Zoo

The logo of the Pittsburgh Zoo combines the silhouettes of various animals clever to a large nature portrait.  (Logo: Pittsburgh Zoo)

The logo of the Pittsburgh Zoo combines the silhouettes of various animals clever to a large nature portrait. (Logo: Pittsburgh Zoo)

The logo of the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium represents an acacia, a tree typical of the African savannah. Add to that a couple of birds and fish – and we have a really chic Zoo logo. The fact that the silhouette of the tree is shaped by a gorilla and a lion’s head, missing one or the other well be at first glance.

Northwest Airlines

The logo Northwest Airlines no longer exists after the purchase by Delta Airlines.  (Logo: Northwest Airlines)

The logo Northwest Airlines no longer exists after the purchase by Delta Airlines. (Logo: Northwest Airlines)

The American airline Northwest Airlines has now been taken over by Delta, which the logo is gone. However, it remains a good example of subliminal messages in corporate logos: The circle symbolizes a compass that points towards north-west.Inside the ring itself also takes a combination of the letters N and W of Northwest.

Freedom Travel Group

The Freedom Travel Group relies on the partnership of independent and free travel experts.  (Logo: Freedom Travel Group)

The Freedom Travel Group relies on the partnership of independent and free travel experts.(Logo: Freedom Travel Group)

Free like a bird. This is the motto followed by the British Cooperative Travel Freedom Travel Group, by leaves start from the last letter of their company name a bird. The company is an association of free travel agencies and tour experts who want to jointly open up a larger market share and thereby offer better deals.

Spartan Golf

The logo of a golf club is a warrior and connects it with the silhouette of a golfer.  (Logo: Richard Fonteneau)

The logo of a golf club is a warrior and connects it with the silhouette of a golfer. (Logo: Richard Fonteneau)

The logo of the Spartan golf clubs showing both a golfer in swing tee, as well as the silhouette of a warrior with a typical Spartan helmet with spring wreath. The logo has not yet made the leap to the big stage and came only at a provincial golf club in the US for use. Creative it is anyway.

 formula 1

Logo of confusion during the Formula 1. The white space is the one, the red spikes remember at least approximately at a one.  (Logo: Formula1)

Logo of confusion during the Formula 1. The white space is the one, the red spikes remember at least approximately at a one. (Logo: Formula1)

So simple and yet so often misunderstood, the logo of the Formula 1. To put it again to say in all clarity:. The white space between the black F and the red crenellated pattern, the 1 represents, not the red pattern itself The red spikes to the Speed ​​symbolize to it yes in Formula 1 mainly goes.

LG and Pac-Man

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Finally, a contribution from the category of myths and legends: Has LG actually Pac-Man turned over so he advertises for them? Click on the picture and you see the resolution.






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