Different world famous logos have gone drastic transformation since its creation. Let's say MacDonald. It once had no iconic yellow 'M' which is its current lego.
The pictures of different logos have been attached to the report which have evolved over the period of time.
1.Bill Gates left Harvard in 1975 to form Microsoft with his childhood friend Paul Allen. The company would become famous for its killer business deals and computer operating systems - including Microsoft Windows in 1983
2.In 1940, brother Dick and Mac McDonald opened their McDonald's barbecue restaurant in San Bernardino, California.
3. In 1889, Fusajiro Yamauchi began manufacturing Hanafuda (flower) Japanese playing cards in Kyoto and by 1933 was established as an unlimited partnership, Yamauchi Nintendo & Co. In 1951, this changed to Nintendo Playing Card Co. Ltd.
4.Japanese car giant Nissan Motor Company was established in June 1934, taking over the manufacturing of Datsuns.
5.In 1932, master carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen made wooden toys, stepladders and ironing boards in his small shop in Billund, Denmark. It wasn't until two years later that the business took the name of Lego, which came from the Danish words 'LEg GOdt' meaning 'play well'
6.The Mozilla project was created in 1998 with the release of the Netscape browser suite source code.After several years of development, Mozilla 1.0 was released in 2002. Not many people noticed at the time, but the first version of Phoenix (a bird reborn in flames) - later renamed Firefox - was also released by Mozilla community members that year.
7.IT behemoth Apple started out as Apple Computers inc in 1976, the brainchild of friends, and Ronald Wayne.
8. Shell, the world's second-largest oil company, was founded in 1907 by the merger of Dutch and British petroleum giants. Its logo has also changed little through the years, and its trademark scallop shell is one of the most recognisable brands in the world
9.Fritos, Doritos, Ruffles, Cheetos, Rold Gold pretzels, and Sun Chips are all part of the Frito-Lay family founded in America by Herman W. Lay in 1932.
10. The Discovery Channel is still producing the same award-winning science, technology, and history documentaries it set out to create in 1985 when it was founded by the BBC and other investors. And its logo still features a simple globe, but with a more modern twist.