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17 SECRETS BEHIND THE MEANINGS OF FAMOUS LOGOS



Ever thought what must have inspired the designers?

#17 Disney

#17 Disney

The logo of Disney has been the fairy-tale castle ever since it came into being. However, the archetype model for it was Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany.

#16 Lego

#16 Lego

The name of this company originates from a Danish expression, leg godt, which means, Play well.

#15 Pepsi

#15 Pepsi

Now, I don't know if this is true or not, but this looks completely sick!

#14 Fanta

#14 Fanta

When the product was being launched in the market, the chief of Coca-Cola's subdivision asked his team members to "fantasise" a name that could fit. Joe Knipp, who was also present there, thought and suddenly said, "Fanta".

#13 Nintendo

#13 Nintendo

So, the three cyphers in the name of the Japanese game-making enterprise translates to "Leave Luck to Heaven"!

#12 Pandora

#12 Pandora

The name has mythical connotations. Conferring to the myth, Zeus regimented the creation of Pandora, the first ever human woman, for punishing people for stealing the secret of fire from the Prometheus.

#11 Cadillac

#11 Cadillac

The founder of Cadillac, Henry M. Leeland, named his company after his forefather who was the French explorer named Antoine Laumet De La Mothe, Sieur de Cadillac.

#10 Durex

#10 Durex

The name stands for Durable-Reliable-Excellence

#9 Levis

#9 Levis

While designing the log, the designer innovatively "shrouded" the piece of the body that we as a whole need to feature by wearing pants.

#8 Ebay

#8 Ebay

While many believe that eBay stands for Electronic bay, it is not the case! The founder of the company wanted to enrol the site name as EchoBay but that wasn't available which is why he ended up registering it as eBay.

#7 Samsung

#7 Samsung

In the Korean language, Sam means 3 and sung means star, so together they mean 3 star which stands for something powerful

#6 SEGA

#6 SEGA

SEGA stands for Service Games of Japan.

#5 Audi

#5 Audi

The four circles signify the four founders of the company, DKW – Horch – Wanderer and Audi.

#4 Alfa Romeo

#4 Alfa Romeo

The symbol of Alfa Romeo holds a lot of significance. The red cross originates from the city of Milan’s emblem, and the crowned bloodthirsty snake is a representation of the House of Visconti, which administered the city in the fourteenth century.

#3 FedEx

#3 FedEx

Can you see the forward arrow that is concealed brilliantly in Ex? Well, that makes it one of the best company to have a concealed logo! It has won 40+ awards in the past 35 years!

#2 Wendys

#2 Wendys

Look at the neckline of the girl minutely, you'll see the word, mom! Well, it shouldn’t come as an unexpected that the fast food eatery Wendy’s connecting their image with Mom’s cooking.

#1 Toblerone

#1 Toblerone

The owner of Toblerone grew up in Bern, Switzerland, a place that's all about bears! Look closely at the mountain, you'll see a bear concealed in it!



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