2 Responses to “The Hidden Meanings of Iconic Brands”

  1. ericrynne December 18, 2014 at 1:19 pm #

    I think it’s pretty amazing how logos have a whole other meaning and can be viewed wrong to the naked eye. Like the Good will logo. I had no idea the face was actually a larger “G”. Pretty neat! With my company we come across this on occasion with our Product Management side of the company.

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  1. Updating/Redesigning Logos: Is the Time Right? | Evans on Marketing - June 21, 2015

    […] We have written before about the importance of company brands and logos, and how firms use these designs in their marketing strategies. See, for example, “Does Rebranding Always Work?“and “The Hidden Meanings of Iconic Brands“. […]

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