History of these logo will surely make you astonish

It’s interesting to know the background of some of the world renowned brands and their history behind. You surely would have no idea how evolution took place?

 

AUDI

The four hoops represent the 4 founding companies ( First from the left represent Audi, the second represents DKW, third is Horch and last Wanderer) of the Auto-Union Consortium.

APPLE

Alon Turing, dubbed as a father of computer science, cracked enigma codes during World War II which saved millions of lives. Being a gay and threat to security by some, into was assassinated with as apple laced with cyanide. He died the moment he took a bit. The company pays homage to the man by adopting it as a logo.

 

NIKE

The NIKE logo, also known as SWOOSH represents motion and speed. In greek mythological, Nike is the winged Goddess of victory. The mythological associations for the brand NIKE are fight, victory, and speed. It is not a Checkmark as thought most of the people.

 

BMW ( Bayerische Motoren Werke)

The logo has been portrayed as the movement of an aircraft propeller with the white blades cutting through a blue sky.

IBM

The white lines passing through IBM’s logo represents equality above all else.

MACDONALD

The large yellow representation of letter M indicates a pair of nourishing breasts meant to trigger hunger, One thing is for sure you would not look at the big ‘M’ the same way again after today.

 

AMAZON

An arrow that goes from a to z shows the wide selection of products the online store sells

VAIO ( Analog Digital)

It may appear to you as a fancy way of writing the letters VAIO, but the picture above shows the hidden meaning behind the way its written

ADIDAS

It symbolizes a mountain, a metaphor for the challenges and perceivable goals that all athletes must meet

ADIDAS

Its three-leaf shape is meant to represent and main landmasses of the Americas, Europe and Africa and Asia respectively, The intersecting lines across the three forms signify diversity.

 

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