Logos are one of the most important parts of a company. It’s a part of brand recognition. How many times you just look at a brand’s logo and you can just say its name in a jiffy?
The market analysts and designers spend a lot of brains to make these logos and the brands spend a lot of money making these logos. But this money is nothing in the match to what values these logos bring to the brand. We can close our eyes and say the name of certain brands looking at their logos.
We list for you the famous logos of 10 brands and their values. Have a look!
Who is not well aware of this logo? Google’s logo underwent a lot of modifications. The first logo was created by Sergey Brin. It was last updated in 2015. But also according to various situations and occasions, Google includes various humorous and creative touches to its logo named as Google Doodle. Though the price of the logo will make you drop your phone!
Logo Price: $0
A tick mark and Just Do It has been a trademark for Nike since its arrival in the market. Carolyn Davidson, a student at Portland State University, created the logo in 1971. The swoosh conveys a motion in design.
Logo Price: $35
The Pepsi Globe is iconic with blue, red and white colors in the sphere shaped structure. The Globe actually represents the earth. It was made back in 1940 during World War II and is known as one of the most recognizable brand logos ever.
Logo Price: $1,000,000
4. London Olympics 2012
It was designed by a firm named Wolf Ollins. Olympics has always come up with innovative logos since 1924 but the 2012 one was most controversial and talked about.
Logo Price: $625,000
5. Coca Cola
This is one of the oldest logos. Thinking the two Cs will look the best in Logo, Frank Robinson design this logo in 1885. The design was first written back in Spencerian script. Then the logo kept on evolving year after year.
Logo Price: $0
The Twitter logo was designed by Simon Oxliy in 2009. The perfect combination of white and blue in the logo has been recently launched by a little bit of development.
Logo Price: $15
Sice 1960 it has come up with varied designs. It was merely a circle and a line, occasionally followed by the words ‘BBC Television Service’ at first. It was redesigned in 2007.
Logo Price: $1,800,000
8. British Petroleum
It was made long back in 1908. After its redesigning in 2008, it is considered as the costliest logo of a brand ever!
Logo Price: $211,000,000
The current logo was introduced back in 2000. It contained the company name in lower-case letters and a “greater-than” sign which is located just above the letter “t”. The logo stands for aiming in future and to look forward.
Logo Price: $100,000,000
The logo was designed by Paul Rand for Steve Jobs in 1986. “The only thing Rand knew was that the mysterious NeXT computer was a black cube. With this scent yet meaningful intelligence, Rand developed a unique proposal book for the mark that walked the reader — Mr. Jobs — through the step-by-step conceptual process to the final, logical outcome,” said Steven Heller.
Logo Price: :$100,000