Can You Name The Brands Behind These 20 Translated Logos?

Can You Name The Brands Behind These 20 Translated Logos?

The logo of a multinational brand needs to be recognisable in any language, which is why so much time and effort goes into developing a strong design. But it’s still fun to see what Subway’s logo looks like in Chinese, or what Pizza Hut looks like in Farsi.

I collected 20 of these amazing “domesticated” logos from multinational companies below. Can you guess what languages they’re in and that companies they belong to? Take a guess, and then select the blank space above the image to find out the correct answer. And feel free to add more fine examples in the comments!

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Vespa From Thailand Photo: Vespamore


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Coca-Cola From Israel Photo: Alistair


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3.

Carlsberg In Arabic


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McDonald’s In China Photo: Michael Yeung


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McDonald’s In Kuwait Photo: Rick Cook


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Diet Coke From Kuwait Photo: Canmuseum


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Coca-Cola In Russia


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8.

Mountain Dew In Russia


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Thai Coke Photo: Xiaozhuli


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Burger King In Doha, Qatar Photo: Chris Goldberg


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Applebee’s In Doha, Qatar Photo: Chris Goldberg


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12.

Pizza Hut In Shanghai, China Photo: Remko Tanis


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Arabic Fedex


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Arabic Rolex Photo: Almas Baig


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Arabic Pizza Hut Photo: perry aragon


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Arabic Dunkin’ Doughnuts Photo: Kate Gardiner


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Arabic Baskin Robbins Photo: Kate Gardiner


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Arabic Subway Photo: JJ Graphicology / graphicology.com


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Arabic Gucci Photo: JJ Graphicology / graphicology.com


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Arabic Hardee’s Photo: JJ Graphicology / graphicology.com