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Walking along the markets and in the malls, we see many products that we use every day. We recognize many brands and sometimes even challenge our mates for a quiz on their logos. However, have we ever realized that there is always something kept under the wrap by these brands about their logos? I guess not. We may know the origin of these brands but not the origin of their logos. Let’s see some of the most common logos and unearth their meanings.

Baskin Robbins
Ever imagined that even Baskin Robbins hid something from us? One of the most loved shops has an interesting logo to offer. Take a close Look at what’s highlighted in pink in the BR. Look’s familiar? It’s a 31, which is the number of flavors they offer.

Amazon
Amazon.com – everyone would have used it at least once. We may have even observed that the arrow looks like a smiley and lauded ourselves for deciphering this. But the meaning of this logo doesn’t end here. Notice that the arrow is pointing from a to z; representing the fact that Amazon provides a variety of items for sale, literally from a to z.

Pepsi
One of the most loved drinks, a go-to refresher for many and a party must-have, Pepsi changed its logo spending millions for patent and rebranding. But why? The old was good enough to distinguish from other drinks. But no! The old logo had some faults in its stars. The new logo is designed as a lucky charm for the company keeping in mind the favorable Chinese Feng Shui, the Renaissance, the Earth’s Geodynamo and the theory of relativity. Not to forget the Da Vinci Code. Phew! That’s a lot of things. Hats off to the designer to combine so many theories to get one logo.

Spartan Golf Cub
This is logo pure genius. Look at it one way and you see a Spartan Helmet. Look at it with other perspective and there’s a golfer taking a swing. Mind blowing right?

Audi
Four hoops, plain and simple, right? Nah! In fact, each of the four hoops represents the 4 founding companies of the Audi-Union Consortium way back in 1932: DKW, Horch, Wanderer, and Audi. Audi had 4 founding members? Surprising? No big deal folks, the majority of the people don’t know. Now understood the meaning of the zero’s every boy loves to have?

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