It’s very likely that you’re familiar with most of the logos in the list below, they represent big brands after all. Maybe you own a Toyota, or enjoy watching Tour de France while munching on Toblerone. But have you ever taken a closer look at the logos of these brands? You’d be surprised how many layers of meanings they hide.
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I hope you enjoy this list. Also, be sure to let us know which secret message surprised you the most!
#1. The Toyota logo is pretty incredible…
It includes all six letters of the company’s name!
#2. Toblerone chocolate comes from Switzerland, so it’s only natural that there’s a mountain on the logo. But take a look a little closer…
There’s a little bear, too! It’s a symbol of Bern, the city where Toblerone is produced.
#3. Tour de France
Not many people notice the biker in the logo.
#4. You probably know the Beats logo
But did you notice that the logo represents a head from the side wearing headphones?
#5. Look closer between the “E” and “X”
The hidden arrow between the two letters represents motion and efficiency.
#6. The Amazon logo has two secrets!
The arrow that points from “a” to “z” implies a wide range of goods Amazon has to offer, and the entire thing looks like a smiley!
#7. The Levi’s logo doesn’t look like it’s hiding something…
But it actually is! That’s your bottom right there.
#8. Take a look at the first letter of the Pinterest logo
It looks like a pin!
#9. Baskin Robbins is famous for 31 ice-cream flavors
The number of flavors hides in the logo, too!
#10. Look closer at the Hyundai logo. Is it only “H” that you see?
The logo also represents a successful deal between a car dealer and a customer.
#11. Creators of the Quiksilver logo took a very artistic approach
The logo depicts a stylized rendition of the woodcut “The Great Wave off Kanagawa.”
#12. The Alfa Romeo logo has a lot going on…
First, the red cross on the left is the symbol of Milan, the hometown of Alfa Romeo. There’s also a creepy image of a man being eaten by a serpent. It’s a symbol of one of the most important families in the history of Milan (and Italy), the Visconti family.
#13. London Symphony Orchestra
The letters make the shape of a conductor of the orchestra.
#14. The Unilever logo hides many different icons
They represent different aspects of sustainable living.
#15. Typography at its best
Letters “N” and “W” are cleverly merged into one.