As per Wikipedia logo is a graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/icons) or are composed of the name of the organization (a logotype or wordmark).Some of the logos below are designed in such a creative manner that they have hidden message in it. Have a look at the logos below and appreciate the creativity of the designers who have designed these beautiful logos.
Wikipedia: Each piece in a Wikipedia logo bears a glyph (letter or character), symbolizing the multilingualism of Wikipedia. Read more about hidden message here. The empty space at the top represents the (incomplete) nature of the project, and languages yet to be added.
Amazon: The yellow arrow represents that their store sells everything from A to Z and apart from this it also form a sign of Smile.
Baskin Robbins: The Pink part in the logo tells about the 31 flavors they serve.
FedEx: The white arrow between E & X represents the Speed with which they deliver.
Unilever: Being the largest FMCG they wanted to reflect every business they are in into their logo. Everything in the logo has a specific meaning and is represented by icon. For more on details on the individual icons visit here
Facebook Place: Closely look into the logo & you can see a “4” in a square. It is to compete with the market leader foursquare.
IBM: The eight horizontal stripes represent the company’s speed, dynamism & equality.
North West Airlines: This creative logo has both N & W if we take a closer look to it and being enclosed in a circle which points towards northwest.
Cisco: The logo represents the Golden Gate Bridge from San FranCISCO.
Please free to add more logos which have a hidden message in them in comments section.
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