If there is one thing that we can learn from famous logos like Nike’s “Swoosh” or FedEx logo, it is that the logo does not have to be complicated to be effective.
Hopefully, our collection of famous logo designs will help prove that simplicity is the key to a memorable logo.
01 - Coca-Cola Logo
The famous Coca-Cola logo was created by John Pemberton’s bookkeeper, Frank Mason Robinson, in 1885.
02 - Audi Logo
The Audi emblem is four overlapping rings that represent the four marques of Auto Union. The Audi emblem symbolizes Audi amalgamation of Audi with DKW, Horch and Wanderer: the first ring represents Audi, the second represents DKW, third is Horch, and the fourth and last ring Wanderer.
03 - Apple Logo
The Apple logo was created in 1976 by Rob Janoff. The rainbow color theme was used until 1998.
04 - USA Network Logo
USA Network logo from 2005 to present.
05 - Pepsi-Cola Logo
Pepsi-Cola logo has changed many times over the years. The logo that is used right now was introduced in 1984.
06 - Walt Disney Logo
07 - IBM Logo
This IBM logo was designed by graphic designer Paul Rand in 1972.
08 - Nike “Swoosh” Logo
The Nike “Swoosh” is a design created in 1971 by Carolyn Davidson, a graphic design student at Portland State University.
09 - Nintendo Logo
10 - Puma Logo
The logo that we see on the side of all Puma shoes was introduced in 1958.
11 - AT&T Logo
12 - Atari Logo
13 - Google Logo
The current official Google logo was designed by Ruth Kedar, and is a logotype based on the Catull typeface.
14 - FedEx Logo
The FedEx logo is notable for containing a hidden right-pointing arrow in the negative space between the “E” and the “X”.
15 - Adidas Logo
The company registered as adidas AG (with lower-case lettering) on 18 August 1949. The company’s clothing and shoe designs typically feature three parallel stripes, and this same motif is incorporated into Adidas’s current official logo.
16 - McDonald’s Logo
17 - Starbucks Logo
The logo is an image of a “twin-tailed siren”.
18 - LEGO Logo
19 - Chanel Logo
Chanel logo is an overlapping double ‘C’ - one facing forward and the other facing backward.
20 - American Broadcasting Company Logo