Hidden messages in famous company logos
Apple - The designer made the bite mark for scale, so that a smaller logo would still look like an apple and not a cherry.
Adidas - They're intended to look like a mountain, where elite athletes push themselves to climb against all odds.
Tour de France -
The white circle is a bicycle wheel, the "R" in TOUR is a person, and the "O" is the back wheel. Definitely a clever logo!
Sun Microsystems -
Sun Microsystems pulled off a clever marketing and branding strategy. If you turn the logo around, you'll see that the word "Sun" is always there.
The company's founder, Michael Dell, said that the goal of his company was to "turn the world on its ear." So, they started with the sideways E.
Beats by Dre -
You may think this simple logo is just a "b." But the circle actually represents a human head. And the "b" is meant to represent headphones.
The four circles represent the four companies that made up the Auto-Union Consortium in 1932: DKW, Horch, Wanderer, and Audi.
Those horizontal lines on the IBM logo symbolize the equal sign, which represents the company's dedication to equality.
Famous for their sunglasses, Ray-Ban actually incorporates a subtle illustration of a pair of shades in the "B." Just turn your head to see it.
The Hyundai logo is meant to represent two people shaking hands. One is a salesperson, and the other is a satisfied customer.
The Subway logo features arrows pointing in opposite directions to represent the entrance and exit of a subway station.
Aren't the "L" and "G" configured into a smiley face? Apparently not. According to LG, the logo stands for the world, future, youth, humanity, and technology.
The angled letters of Gillette are meant to look razor-sharp. And the "G" and the "i" have been cut to symbolize the brand’s signature product.
Wikipedia - The unfinished globe represents that the site is built on user submissions, which can never be completed.