The yellow coloured ‘M’ of the brand’s logo Design symbolizes hope and raw energy (sunshine) of its target customers that is the young people.
Featuring the head of an ancient Greek figure – Medusa, Versace’s logo symbolizes that the company’s products are classic and timeless.
Apple’s killer logo which is a bitten apple conveys the byte (bite in metaphorical terms) of the technical world.
The three-pointed Silver Star in this car brand’s logo Design depicts its domination in the automotive industry (by all means that is air, sea, and land).
Coca-Cola’s logo has a red-coloured, classically written name of the Company. The red colour in the logo represents the aggression, passion, and energy of young ones (target audience).
- Calvin Klein
Calvin Klein has the acronym of its full name as the logo Design. Highlighted in the classic black and white combination it expresses elegance, purity, grace, and perseverance.
The yellow arrow from ‘a’ to ‘z’ denotes the diverse range of products Amazon offers to its customers. It is also indicative of the Company’s happy customers.
The ‘L’ makes the nose and the ‘G’ makes up the rest of the face. This gives the brand a human element and makes it more inviting and approachable.
The bold, block lettered logo of this high-fashion brand written in black and white stands for its dominance in the fashion world industry.
It’s logo includes four rings representing the auto union of four prominent companies who amalgamated to form Audi.
The black classic styled part of Cartier’s logo of stands for elegance, excellence, prestige and the white background represents purity and dignity.
Google’s logo includes all basic colours except the letter “L” which symbolizes its leadership and uniqueness in the niche market.
This restaurant franchise’s green and yellow logo has arrows on the letters “S” and “Y” signifying having fresh fast food items on the go.
The interesting logomark of Unilever is a “U” inscribed with pictorial images of different products offered by the Company.
- Mimco Melbourne based brand
Mimco’s logo has the name inscribed in big and bold letters with an upturned ‘i’ representing the brand’s authority, creativity, and novelty in the world of fashion designing.
- Ted Baker
The key feature of Ted Baker’s logo holds is the spacing between the letters which denotes the brand’s domination in the niche market. The bold black colour of the logo stands for authority and power.
Featuring an aesthetic design – two interlocked ‘G’s, Gucci’s logo conveys its unique style and luxury.
The logo of this popular luxury brand includes a carriage and horse which signifies royalty and social status of Coach in the leather market.
- Peter Alexander
Featuring sleek typeface this clothing giant’s logo represents the slim bodies of women while the hot pink colour stands for its target audience (women).
Its logo has ‘fun’ colours signifying friendliness, openness and easy accessibility of the platform for both its buyers and sellers.
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