The true origin and meaning of the logos of famous brands
1 – Samsung
The name of the phone company is not the fault of chance. “Sam” in Korean means “3”, while “Sung” means “star”. The number three always represents power, wonderful and large. Which is what the company always wants it to be.
2 – Sega
“Service Games of Japan”, that is to say, “Service Games of Japan”, was abbreviated to SEGA.
3 – Fanta
During the Second World War, Coca-Cola wanted to take a new product to the market. To do this, they asked their employees to help them to think of a name. “Fantasie” in German is a new idea or imagination. So finally they chose the name Fanta.
4 – Levis
The logo of Levis had a lot more thought put into it than it might seem at first glance. The small bends that you see in its lower part, simulate a rear.
5 – Nintendo
The well-known brand of consoles and video games owes its name to three Japanese symbols. Nin-ten-do, which mean “leave luck to heaven”.
6 – Durex
This brand of condoms derives its name from the words “DURABLE”, “RE-liable” and “EXCELLENCE” in English, that is to say, duration, legit and excellent.
7 – Lego
Lego is Danish company, in which language the phrase “leg godt” means “play well”.
8 – Pepsi
If we reverse the logo of Pepsi, that is to say, if we read it backward we see the phrase “is dead” in Spanish that means “he is dead”.
9 – Audi
The four circles of Audi represent the four companies that participated in the founding of the car company in 1932: DKW, Horch, Wanderer, and Audi.
10 – Pandora
11 – eBay
Its creator, Pierre Omidyar, was working at the Echo Bay Technology Group when he created this web portal. He wanted to register the domain name echobay.com, but it was already taken so he shortened it to his second choice eBay/“Electronic Bay”.
12 – Alfa Romeo
Alfa Romeo cars have a snake and a red cross in their logo. This animal owes its origin to the emblem of Milan, and the house Visconti.