Did you know interesting meaning behind these logos before?


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WEB DESK: We use tons of things on daily basis whether its a food or any gadgets. The companies chalk out different strategy to sell their product and they pay special attention to logos but consumers do not really think about logo’s meaning and its purpose. The logo actually have meaning and some of interesting ones are given below: 

FedEx

-© FedEx

-© FedEx

Talking about meaning behind logos, a company FedEx designed their logo and surely has a meaning behind it. If you look with full attention, you will notice an arrow in an empty space between E and X. Thus, this arrow indicates speed and accuracy.

Initiative Hope for African children 

-© Hope for African Children Initiative

-© Hope for African Children Initiative

With the formation of great initiative, Hope, for African children, the organization designed a warm logo in which you can see an outline of the continent Africa along with a child and an adult to show help and support.

Amazon

-© Amazon

-© Amazon

The logo of online retailer Amazon does not show anything extraordinary but it still has meaning. The yellow arrow in logo resembles smile because they want their customers to be happy. Plus, if you observe the logo more, you will notice that this arrow is connecting letters A and Z which clearly indicates availability of  everything at the store.

Unilever

-© Unilever

-© Unilever

The brand produces large number of different products and their logo is made according to it. The segments in logo contains different meaning. Such as love, care, and well-being is indicated by heart whereas the bird refers to freedom and shift to everyday chores.

Formula 1

-© Formula 1

-© Formula 1

The company designed its logo pretty simple but it tells something. The empty space between letter F and red lines, these transforming into ‘1’ which shows a sense of speed.

Apple

-© Rob Yanov

-© Rob Yanov

The famous apply logo is interesting and often make us think why there’s eaten apple. Rob Janoff, the designer says,”I bought a whole bag of apples, put them in a bowl and made sketches of them for a week, trying to simplify the details. At some point during my artistic experiments, I took a bite from one of the apples. Later that day, to my surprise, I found out that ’bite’ sounds very similar to ’byte’ – a computing term”.

Source: brightside.me