Corporate Brands

This page lists all the various symbols in the Corporate Brands category.

Just as a nation's flag expresses the distinct identity of a country, so, too, a logotype — typically a symbol or letters — helps to establish the name and define the character of a corporation. Effective logos become synonymous with the organizations they portray. They are instantly recognized by millions of people, and help to identify their companies and convey a message about the brands for which they stand.

Symbols in this category:

Tartan of the California Department of Forestry (Corporate)

Designed for Leonard 'Shep' Shepherd, Ceres, California, a Battalion Chief of the California Department of Forestry. Registered with the Tartan Educational Cultural Association, 22 July 1994.

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The Adidas Originals Logo

The brand uses the famous Trefoil logo, which was originally used on all adidas products until the company decided in 1997 that the trefoil logo would thereafter only be used on heritage products, and was replaced on other products by the Performance logo, which has previously been used on the "Equipment" range of products since 1991.

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The Adidas Symbol

The company's clothing and shoe designs typically feature three parallel bars, and the same motif is incorporated into Adidas's current official logo.

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The Alfa Romeo Symbol

The Alfa Romeo logo is split in half and contains the emblems of Alfa's hometown Milan and the one of the great Milanese 'Visconti' family.

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The Amazon Logo

Since 2000, Amazon's logotype has featured a curved arrow leading from A to Z, representing that they carry every product from A to Z, with the arrow shaped like a smile.

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The American Express Symbol

The company's logo, adopted in 1958, is a Roman gladiator whose image appears on the company's travelers' cheques, charge cards and credit cards.

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The Audi Car Symbol

The four rings of the Audi logo each represent one of four car companies that banded together to create Audi's predecessor company, Auto Union.

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The Bank Of America Symbol

The Bank of America uses the American flag colors. It also seem to symbolize a farm field.

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The Barclays Symbol

Barclays traces its origins back to 1690 when John Freame and Thomas Gould started trading as goldsmith bankers in Lombard Street, London. The name "Barclays" became associated with the business in 1736, when James Barclay, the son-in-law of John Freame, one of the founders, became a partner in the business.

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The Best Buy Logo

The Best Buy "yellow tag" logo was introduced by the company in 1987.

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The BMW Symbol

The circular blue and white BMW logo or roundel evolved from the circular Rapp Motorenwerke company logo, from which the BMW company grew, combined with the blue and white colors of the flag of Bavaria.

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The Breitling Logo

Breitling is a Swiss watchmaker based in Grenchen, Switzerland. Founded in 1884 by Léon Breitling in 1884 in Saint-Imier. Breitling is known for precision-made chronometers useful to aviators.

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The Chevrolet Symbol

The Chevrolet bowtie logo was introduced by company co-founder William C. Durant in late 1913.

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The Converse Symbol

While being employed at Converse, one of its employees, Jim Labadini (1968–78), created the chevron and star insignia / logo that still remains on most Converse footwear items.

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The Dell Symbol

The Dell Logo is a blue circle with the word DELL in it. The 'E' letter is set at an angle to make it more stylish and recognizable.

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