Famous logos which have hidden messages
Believe it or not, it’s deliberately very well and will probably remain in awe when you see that in everything can be found hidden messages that subconsciously send some information. Hidden messages have been used since ancient times and have played a very big role in the society. They were used for various applications in religion, the military, with the royal family … It seems each of the large well-known companies applied this technique in their logos.
Logo of Formula 1 is pretty easy to figure out. The empty space in the middle of a real no1.
FedEx’s logo looks like a simple logo on a blank background, but if you look closely between the letters E and X will notice an arrow, which indicates the company’s speed and efficiency in the delivery of shipments.
Facebook product, Facebook Places, if you did not know, is in direct competition with the current leader in this market, called Foursquare. Now, if you look closely, you will notice that the logo of Facebook Places is number 4 in the square. Is it a coincidence or bury the competition?
This logo contains hidden bear in the Matterhorn mountain, from where Toblerone originally.
Very famous brand of laptops. But did you know that the name Vaio logo also has a hidden meaning? Well, the first two letters represent the established analog signal. The other two are reminiscent of the numbers 1 and 0, which is a digital signal.
Amazon’s logo is very simple and although the arrow acts as a smiley, it actually points the way from A through Z. This fact shows that Amazon sells everything from A to Z and that customers always have a smiling face when they buy a product.
Look good letter O. Do you notice something? No? Do not worry, because most people would not notice. This is actually the flag of Denmark. It was not always that original idea. Coca-Cola has revealed that part of their logo resembles the flag of Denmark, who was appointed as the happiest country in the world. Once discovered, they set a media campaign on the largest airport in Denmark, where people are welcomed with banners.
If you’ve ever visited one of the most famous stores in Paris – Galeries Lafayette, you might be able to notice that his logo represents Paris with joined letters T in the form of the most famous Parisian landmarks, the Eiffel Tower.
NBC logo has a hidden peacock above the text, looking to the right, which is the company’s motto is to look ahead, never behind, and that they are proud of the program that broadcast.