Major League Baseball
The baseball player in the Major League Baseball logo was designed so that he can either be a right or left-handed batter?
Tupperware isn’t the name of the hermetic box, it’s the name of the company that distribute them.
Nope, Yahoo! isn’t an onomatopoeia, it is short for ‘Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle!’
It used to be called ‘Jerry’s Guide to the World Wide Web’
‘Yahoo’ had been trademarked for barbecue sauce, knives and human propelled watercraft. This was the reason of the e exclamation mark to the name.
You can’t use iTunes to make nuclear bombs – Apple’s end user licence agreement states : “You also agree that you will not use these products for any purposes prohibited by United States law, including, without limitation, the development, design, manufacture or production of nuclear, missiles, or chemical or biological weapons.” … Here
NIVEA is an anagram of the brand EVIAN
the first NIVEA Crème tin was yellow
NIVEA’s name is derived from the Latin word ‘nix’ or ‘nivis’ which means snow
The silhouette on the NBA logo is Jerry West.
The first product that the brand Sony made was an electric rice cooker.
The Sony VAIO logo is supposed to represent the transition from analog to digital
The name of the brand LEGO is a contraction of ‘leg godt’ which means ‘Pay well’ in Danish.
The Facebook logo is blue because Mark Zuckerberg is daltonien. The colours he can distinguish the most is blue.
The Mozilla Firefox logo isn’t actually a fox, it’s a red panda.
Nike only paid $35 for the logo
The Slogan ‘Just do it’ originated From a Convicted Killer
The Chupa Chups logo was designed in 1969 by Artist Salvador Dali.
Where does the ‘Smiley’ come from? French newspaper ‘France Soir’ was showing the ‘Smiley’ in the letter ‘O’ of Soir, in 1971 – to cheer up the French.