Blow your mind with hidden meanings behind these 9 famous brand logos


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This Danish company has become one of the biggest toys for children brand all over the world. An interesting fact is that LEGO is actually a phonetic variant for “leg godt” in Danish, means “ have fun”.


Back to the time when it was World War II, Max Keith, the head of German Coke quarter is the one decides to establish a brand new product for this market – Fanta “orange juice”.


Nin-ten-do in Japanese means “ Leave luck to heaven” ( Nin: Leave/follow; ten: luck; do: heaven)


The founder of Cadillac, Henry M. Leeland named the company by one of his ancestor, a French famous explorer, Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, Sieur de Cadillac.


The word Durex consists of the acronym of three words (Du: Durable, Re: Reliable, Ex: Excellence)


Some brands create their logos followed meaningful purposes that benefit their customers. Levi’s has done the same thing. In fact, Levi’s logo hiddenly forms a “butt” – the exposed human part when wearing jeans.


Sam in Korean means “number 3” or “third”, and “Sung” means “stars”. Therefore, Samsung is also known as “3 stars”. And these “3 stars” of Samsung stand for 3 valuable characteristics: wonderful, variable and powerful.


This Japanese gaming company name is the acronym of the phrase “ Service Games of Japan”.


4 circles in Audi’s logo stand for 4 co-founder company that established this company 1932: DKW, Horch, Wanderer, and Audi.