Must be for a real company, none of those fake unsolicited ones
The Bluetooth logo. It's a blind rune - a ligature of the Hagall (ᚼ) and Bjarkan (ᛒ) runes - and named after King Harald Bluetooth who united the Danish tribes into a single kingdom.
I had no idea. This is really cool.
So simple, and so powerful they almost always use it without the name in both TV and print.
I've got no idea what this is for.
(Seriously though – Adidas, because of the many ways the brand can be conveyed.)
Nobody posted this icon yet?
That one is only epic because of the great brand behind it. But just the form is weird and not that cool.
The Kyocera brand symbol is composed of a corporate mark and our corporate logotype. The mark represents the initial "K" (for Kyocera) encircling a "C" (for ceramics). It was introduced in October 1982 when the company name was changed from "Kyoto Ceramic" to "Kyocera."
Can't think of my favorite but I've always liked MobCraft brewery in milwaukee wisconsin, good use of negative space
I love the Red Cross logo. Real simple and it shows exactly what it is.
Fabric nightclub, an infamous venue in London. Partly for the memories, but also a clever mark they've built a wicked brand around. The name should give you a clue as to what it is.