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Zoom your eyes over this racing logo and you’ll see the empty space in the middle creates a number “1″ for “Formula 1.
This is one of the best known logo images, but just in case you’ve missed it, look between the “E” and the “x.” In the white space there’s an arrow that subliminally represents speed and precision.
Not only is the Amazon logo smiling, but there’s also an arrow starting at the “a” and ending on the “z” to indicate that Amazon has everything from A to Z that you don’t need but will buy so you spent enough to qualify for free shipping.
Ever notice that Adidas’ symbol looks like a mountain? Well, that’s exactly what it’s supposed to mean.The three stripes, which was part of the original logo in 1967, never really meant anything. It was just supposed to be unique.In the ’90s, though, they slanted the stripes so that it would represent a mountain, which stands for the obstacles people need to overcome — probably while wearing Adidas sneakers.
Feel like playing Pac-Man? All you have to do is tilt it a little to the right and then shift the “nose” upwards.
At first all you see is modern typography, but there is actually a hidden meaning of Sony’s VAIO logo.The first two letters represent an analog signal and the last two are the 1 and 0 of the digital world.
The three ellipses that are found in the logo for Toyota represent three hearts: the heart of the customer, the heart of the product, and the heart of progress in the field of technology.
IBM’s logo has a hidden message for the whole world hidden in the Big Blue logo that represents it’s company.The white lines passing through give the appearance of the equal sign in the lower right corner, representing equality…or that your printer is running out of ink.