7 secrets behind famous logos

7 secrets behind famous logos

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Many of the popular logos we see almost every day are of mystical origin. In some logos, you can see encrypted messages and symbols that were specially created by designers to draw more attention to famous brands.

We contacted mind-expert.ru and were told that creating a brand should always be meaningful. They helped us put together a selection of logos that carry hidden messages.

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7 secrets behind famous logos

1. This man is actually Frank Brown.

The famous brand of parboiled rice and other products entered the American market as early as 1943. And since 1946, the company's logo has included a photograph of an elderly black man with a bow tie, the prototype of which, according to one story, is a Chicago head waiter named Frank Brown. The owners of the company spotted him during their dinner at a Chicago hotel, and they paid him some money for the right to use his face as their trademark.

7 secrets behind famous logos

2. The logo of the electric vehicle.

On social media, you can find several different opinions about the origin of the company logo. Some users believe that it was the female reproductive system that inspired the designers. And other people think the logo is a cat's nose, which even Elon Musk confirmed (jokingly) on Twitter. But in reality, the logo shows part of an electric motor that was invented by Nikola Tesla in 1883.

7 secrets behind famous logos

3. Candy in the logo.

The logo of the popular American sweets Hershey’s Kisses hides the very same candy.

7 secrets behind famous logos

4. A logo that should hypnotize you.

The logo of the Italian fashion house Versace was designed in 1987 by Gianni Versace. The famous fashion designer was inspired by the sculpture of Medusa Rondanini, which depicts the transformation of a jellyfish from a despicable creature into a beautiful woman.

7 secrets behind famous logos

5. Droste effect.

The logo of the French cream cheese, The Laughing Cow, a lucky cow with earrings that have the same cow with the same earrings that have the same image - it goes on and on. This is the so-called Droste effect, which makes the logo so mysterious and memorable.

7 secrets behind famous logos

6. Space meatball.

Jokingly referred to as a meatball, this logo was designed by a NASA employee named James Modarelli in 1959. The logo contains links to various aspects of aeronautics and space exploration. The round blue shape represents our planet. The stars show space. And the red wing is a symbol of flight. The spacecraft trail orbiting the agency's name is space travel.

7 secrets behind famous logos

7. Cities encrypted in the name of the company.

The name is a combination of the abbreviation LUK (the first letters of the oil-producing cities of Langepas, Urai, Kogalym) and the word "oil".

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