The web browser Mozilla Firefox put a fox on its logo that circles the entire planet. But it is not a fox but a red panda. Firefox is the English translation of the Chinese name for a red panda. This way the company wanted to demonstrate how unique they are because this is a rare kind of panda that is endangered. In 2010, Mozilla Firefox even adopted 2 red pandas and took responsibility for their lives.
It is an Italian company that produces sportswear, they put a man and woman sitting back to back on their logo. But if you cover the upper part of the picture, it looks like a woman’s open legs. It is still not known for sure if the designers meant for it to have this double meaning or if it’s just our imagination playing tricks on us.
Bacardi didn’t intend to scare their customers with this logo, the legends claim that the wife of the co-founder of Bacardi saw a bat in their liquor factory. She took it as a sign and decided that it would be the logo. Bats are a symbol of health, luck and unity in Cuba, where the logo is from.
It is a very famous company that decided to change their logo in 2016. Their fans were furious and asked the company to return the logo that they had become accustomed to. But no one had an idea that there was a hidden meaning in the new logo. The co-founder of the company Jim Lee revealed on Instagram that the nooks and angles on the logo are meant to evoke the Superman “S” symbol, The Wonder Woman “WW” emblem and the Bat logo.
It is a popular magazine and channel that broadcasts documentaries in 171 countries, it made its logo a yellow rectangle. It symbolizes a door that is open to the world of knowledge about nature, science and culture. The reason why they chose the color, it is a metaphor for the sun that shines over the entire world and is the source of energy and power.
Vodafone is a British mobile operator that chose a couple of mysterious things for its logo that remind many people of an earpiece, but actually it’s just a quotation mark. In that case, an open quote stand for the beginning of a conversation. Designers wanted to show that with Vodafone, users can talk to each other anytime.
The arrow on the first and last letter of the Subway logo stands for the entrance and the exit to the subway. The company demonstrates that with Subway you can eat. The green color symbolizes the fact that the company is an advocate for healthy food and supplies only good quality products and the yellow stands for joy, optimism and fun.
This American company that produces computers, highlighted the letter E in its logo for a reason. Michael Dell, the founder of the company wanted to convey the meaning of the popular idiom “turn the world on its ear” which means to change something in an unusual way. And separately “to turn something on its ear” means turning something upside down. Hence the company decided to use the wordplay and turned the letter E upside down.
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