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Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

Are you sure you know each and everything about your favourite brands? Knowing the past, present and future actions are a different thing and their hidden secrets are different. Exactly just like that, these famous brands have hidden some great messages in their famous logos which we never knew about:

1. Amazon

Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

The logo of Amazon points an arrow from A to Z, which specifies that the company has each and every product available in the world ranging from A to Z.

2. Sony Vaio

Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

Sony’s most popular laptop series VAIO, surely has a cool looking logo but actually, in that logo, the alphabets ‘V’, ‘A’, ‘I’ and ‘O’ represents the transforming of analog waves into digital form in which letters ‘I’ and ‘O’ represents ‘1’ and ‘0’ which are the only two digits used in binary code.

3. Facebook Places

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Does anyone else remember this logo of Facebook Places which represents a navigating arrow pointing down on a map? Well, look at the map carefully, you’ll find the number ‘4’ written with the roads. This number 4 represents the challenge which Facebook is giving to the company Foursquare.

4. Goodwill

Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

The ‘G’ present in the top left corner of the logo is actually a half smiling face which you can also notice if you see properly.

5. Nintendo GameCube

Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

One of the most famous gaming consoles of our childhood also has a secret message hidden in its logo. The stylish cube do looks good and catches everyone’s attention but there’s also a secret ‘G’ hidden in the blue colour of the cube and letter ‘C’ in the black colour which together represents the word ‘GameCube’.

6. Picasa

Hidden Messages Behind The Famous Brand Logos Which We Never Knew

Google’s famous photo editor ‘Picasa’ actually means the house for your photos in Spanish and therefore, its logo also has a secret white coloured house present between the five colours of the logo.

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