The arrow from A to Z, symbolizes what Amazon is known for selling everything under the sun. It also serves as a smile, making the company feel friendly and approachable.
This logo doubles as an actual Falcon, and an ‘F’ for Falcons.
This logo subtly incorporates the number “31? that was a big part of their older logo
The Chick-Fil-A logo incorporates an illustration of a chicken with the ‘C’ in ‘Chick-Fil-A’ in a not so hidden way.
Thiss one is really hard to see, but if you focus on the black part of the logo, the airplane is surrounded by the initials CD for City Direct.
This logo was complicated to figure out; the blue squares represent 1’s and the gray squares represent 0’s. This makes a 1010000 sequence on the top line, represent eighty in binary, and the bottom line reads 0010100, which represents 20 in binary.
In the Families logo, the ‘i’, ‘l’, and second ‘i’ are all different sizes, representing the father as the long ‘l’ and the mother as the longest ‘i’ followed by the child. The upper case “R”s in the Marriage logo mirror each other with their ends sticking together, representing the bond of a relationship.
One extra hole was added to the button, to make an ‘F’ for “Fashion Center”.
At first glance it’s hard to find the symbolism in this logo, but if you look closer you’ll notice the right-pointing arrow in between the ‘E’ and the ‘x’, representing precision and speed at which FedEx works.
This online food delivery logo includes a combination of the internet key @ with a fork, representing food as well as the first half of the name ?€" fork, making the utilization of technology in food delivery very clear and obvious for the customers
The negative space in the middle creates the number ‘1′ for “Formula 1?.
Fort Worth Zoo
The red ‘fw’ for Fort Worth also creates an elephant.
Instead of using an uppercase ‘G’, the logo designers cunningly used a lowercase ‘g’ to not only represent the first letter of the company name, but to represent a smiley face as well, giving viewers an unconsciously positive perception of the company.
This one is pretty self-explanatory. The illustrations of a book are stacked on top of each other to simulate a skyscraper ?€" a trademark of Gotham City.
This cleverly designed logo incorporates the tail of a whale, and the Hartford Whalers initials ‘H’ and ‘W’.
Many people believe that the Pac-Man symbol is hidden within the LG logo.
The Milwaukee Brewers logo uses the team’s initials (M and B) to form a catcher’s glove holding a ball.
Missouri Western State University
The Missouri Western State University’s logo has an illustration of the school’s mascot-a griffon in the shape of the state of Missouri.
As the name suggests, Mosleep is an organization of doctors that deals with people having sleeping disorders. The logo, for this company is their intial ‘M’ that was also designed to look like a bed.
The NBC logo employs a hidden peacock looking to the right representing the company’s motto to look forward, and not back.
The Pakuy logo consists of a simple ‘P’ made of an unfolded box, thus representing the work of the brand which is packaging.
This logo has the elegant design of piano keys that look like trees to resemble a keyboard
This logo shows the ambiguous emotions of a schizophrenic.
To Beat or Not to Beat?
The To Beat of Not to Beat logo uses a belt to make the shape of a question mark, posing the question: To Beat of Not to Beat?
The image of a bear is hidden in the Matterhorn mountain, where the first Toblerone chocolate bar was created.
Each icon within the logo represents an aspect of its business. For example, the shirt (below the heart) symbolizes “clothes” and represent fresh laundry and looking good.
Via Rail Canada
The logo successfully incorporates train tracks in the middle.
In this logo, WSU’s initials form a cougar’s head.
If you look closely, you can see that this woman is making a pose that forms the Australian continent.
Northwest AirlinesThe old Northwest Airlines logo has a very clever icon. Not only does the icon on the left of the text spell out N and W, but the arrow and circle symbolizes a compass pointing in the northwestern direction.
Hope for African Children Initiative
At first glance, this logo looks like a map of Africa, but if you take a closer look, you will see two people facing each other.
The Big Ten Conference is the United States’ oldest Division 1 college athletic conference. Since Penn State joined in 1990, there have been 11 schools in the Big Ten. They revamped their logo by placing a hidden number 11 on either sides of the letter T to stand for the actual number of schools in the division.
Continental is a manufacturer of tyres. You could actually see this in their logo, because the first two letters create a 3-dimensional tyre.
Sony Vaio is a well known brand of laptops. But did you know that the name Vaio logo also had a hidden meaning? Well, the first two letters represent the basic analogue signal. The last two letters look like a 1 and 0, representing the digital signal.
Carrefour is one of the biggest European retailers, and it’s also French for “crossroads”. The logo symbolizes this word via two opposite arrows. They also added the first letter of the name, because if you look closely you’ll see the letter C in the negative space between the two arrows.
The Sun logo is one of the most famous ambigrams in the world. You can read the brand name in every direction; both horizontally and vertically. This logo was designed by professor Vaughan Pratt of the Stanford University.
If you have a boss, you’re probably looking for ways to impress him. Your boss has the most direct influence over your work life, and as far as your ability to advance, his power over your career is second only to your own. And, deep down, your boss isn’t that different from anyone else: he loves good news and he loves when things are going well. That’s why telling your boss the right things will put a smile on his face every time. Notice that everything on our list is work related — don’t be that guy and resort to brown-nosing or “Gee boss, that’s a nice tie.” That’s beneath you. Keep it about the work and read on for 10 ways to keep your boss smiling throughout the work week.
No.10 - “It’s already been arranged.”
While your boss may be tackling bigger tasks than you, that doesn’t change how good it feels to check something off the old to-do list. When your boss asks about something that’s finished, let him know it clearly and directly. Some employees speak so indirectly to their bosses that the boss may continue thinking or worrying about a task that’s done, just because the employee didn’t come right out and say the good news. If the task is done, say so.
No.9 - “Good news.”
This one’s a no-brainer. When something good happens, bring your boss in on the good feelings. Work is about getting work done, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take pride and satisfaction when something works out well. Your boss has plenty of bad news headed his way on a regular basis, so you stick out like a sore thumb when you’re the bearer of good news. Being a source of pleasure for your boss is never a bad thing.
No.8 - “No problem.”
You think your coworkers are a bunch of complainers? You have no idea. As much as they whine to you, you wouldn’t believe how much pushback your boss gets. When assigning work to your fellow employees, your boss has to hold people’s hands and listen to complaints about how busy they are and how difficult the project is going to be. Don’t be one of the complainers. When you’re given a task you can handle, let your boss know that it’s a slam dunk.
No.7 - “It’s being taken care of.”
Sooner or later, you’re going to screw up. It hurts, but it happens. When you drop the ball on something, you should do two things: tell your boss and tell your boss what you’re doing about it. Sure, your boss isn’t going to be happy that a mistake was made (who likes problems in their area?), but he will be a lot less happy if he doesn’t hear about it from you, and then gets blindsided by it when the situation blows up. So fess up to the error, it shows that you’re big enough to be responsible for your actions. But always, alwayshave a plan for getting things back on track. Let your boss know that you’re correcting the error — it shows that you’re paying enough attention to realize you messed up, and you care enough to not settle for mediocrity.
No.6 - “With regard to X, I’ve figure out we can do A, B or C. What do you think?”
It’s fine to have situations at work, and there’s nothing wrong with asking your boss for advice, but before you step into his or her office, have some ideas about what can be done. By having a few ideas, you show that you’ve thought the situation through. Even if your boss doesn’t like any of your ideas and tells you to do “D” instead, you’ve shown him or her that your first reaction at the sign of trouble is to start thinking, not throw up your hands and run to the boss with your problems.
No.5 - “I figured out what to do about X.”
every problem is simple enough to be solvable in a few minutes, and that’s OK, but you should keep thinking about the problem, and try to find out a way to solve the situation (or at least move it forward). If you come up with a solution or at least a next step, share it with your boss. The more you get promoted, the larger and more complex the problems will get, and the harder it will be to find a “perfect” solution too. So, show that you’re able to plan ahead and solve the bigger problems.
No.4 - “Consider it done.”
When you make this statement, in one instant, an item has gone from something vague in your boss’ mind to a task that’s assigned to somebody. This is a step toward being seen as a “go-to person,” your bosses reliable right-hand man.
No.3 - “I’ll see to it personally.”
statement is an extension of “consider it done.” If you have a reputation with your boss as somebody who can handle the important or difficult work, saying you’ll handle it personally calls in that reputation you’ve built up. If you’ve been doing your work well and doing it on time, saying you’re taking care of if personally reminds your boss that the task will not only get done, but it will get done with the standard of excellence he’s come to expect from you.
No.2 - “I found a way to get it done cheaper.”
Getting invested in the bottom line is one of the best ways to get your boss smiling. You can work hard and be a good employee all you like, but businesses don’t run on happy feelings. Your boss is always looking for ways to do two things: make the business more money and cost the business less money. And while you can always help find ways to earn the company more, suggestions to save money are often easier. Lots of people can say “we need more customers,” but if you find a new vendor who’s 10% cheaper, that’s a hard number your boss can put to use.
No.1 - “Let me run an idea by you.”
Having employees who are taking the initiative means the boss can focus on the tasks on his plate; he doesn’t have to worry that you’re just sitting around waiting for direction. Your boss will appreciate you trying to come up with ideas, but he wouldn’t appreciate you launching those ideas without getting his opinion. As the one responsible for what comes out of the department, he wants to know that everybody is rowing in the same direction. So come up with some good ideas, use your noodle and make sure your boss gets the benefit from your brainstorm.
Man: Is there any way for long life?
Dr: Get married.
Man: Will it help?
Dr: No, but the thought of long life will never come.
Why do couples hold hands during their wedding?
It’s a formality just like two boxers shaking hands before the fight begins!
Wife: Darling today is our anniversary, what should we do?
Husband: Let us stand in silence for 2 minutes.
It’s funny when people discuss Love Marriage vs Arranged.
It’s like asking someone, if suicide is better or being murdered.