16 Hidden Messages You’ve Never Noticed In These Famous Brand Logos.

You probably come across brand logos tonnes of times on a daily basis. In fact, you probably don’t even look twice when you see brand logos because it’s nothing you haven’t seen before. But that’s not quite the case. You’ll be surprised to know that many brand logos are stacked with hidden messages. Check out this list of 16 brand logos with hidden messages you’ve never noticed before.

1. Toyota.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

Who would have noticed that the Toyota logo includes every letter in the company name.

2. Toblerone.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

Toblerone chocolate comes from Switzerland, as you can see in the logo! The logo not only includes the word ‘Bern’, the city where it was made, but it also includes a bear silhouette inside the mountain.

3. Tour de France.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

4. Beats.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

The letter ‘b’ within the red circles represents a person wearing beats headphones.

5. Fedex.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

The Fedex logo hides a small arrow in between the letters E and X, this shows the forward momentum and efficiency.

6. Quicksilver.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

This actually includes a stylized version of a well-known woodblock print, The Grave Wave off Kanagawa.

7. Pinterest.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

The letter P is in fact a pin.

8. Amazon.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

So, you’ve probably noticed the arrow connecting the A to the Z. But what you didn’t notice is that the logo is smiling.

9. Baskin Robbins.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

Baskin Robbins is known for its 31 different flavours of ice cream. And they have even included that number in their logo.

10. Hyundai.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

So, you probably thought the Hyundai logo represents the first letter of the manufacturer’s name. That may be the case, but is also represents a deal between a car dealer and a customer.

11. Levi Jeans.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

The Levi logo is supposed to represent your bottom in their jeans.

12. London Symphony Orchestra.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

These letters form the shape of a orchestra conductor.

13. Alfa Romeo.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

The logo of this Italian car manufacturer features a whole host of stuff. The essential feature is the serpent eating a man.

14. Northwest Airlines.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

Smart use of typography here. The logo features the merging of the letters N and W into one.

15. Unilever.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

This logo consists of various icons which represent different methods of sustainable living.

16. Galeries Lafayette.

Credit: www.boredpanda.com
Credit: www.boredpanda.com

The double T in the title represents the Eiffel tower.

 

If you enjoyed this article please SHARE with your Facebook friends and family.