Coca Cola. Microsoft. Cheez Whiz. The world’s most famous logos are instantly recognisable even without context, but did you know that many of their designs contain hidden secrets?
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Ah I remember my days cybering on Yahoo chat with other cute teens. But this has nothing to do with that…at least I think not. The way Google’s logo is displayed on their homepage changes all the time, as it is often used to commemorate certain events or celebrations.The half-eaten Apple logo is an iconic emblem which accurately depicts my own experience with their productsThose of us with two working eyes can clearly see that the NBC logo is a peacock, but what does it mean? This one’s pretty simple. BMW, which stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke, started off as an aircraft engine manufacturer, before switching to motorcycles in 1923 and automobiles in 1928. Now I know what you’re thinking. There’s barely anyone left on Earth who doesn’t know that the Amazon logo arrow which points from A to Z represents the fact that you can buy literally anything from them. Here’s a picture of the old Pepsi logo.See that little nick underneath the hook of the G and the dot at the top of the I? There are many sports emblems which contain hidden symbols and logos…Last but not least it’s good old Wikipedia.
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