Just about every generation remembers playing with leo when they were a kid – and who knows, maybe some still do.
With such a long standing company, they would have had to change their logo over the years to appeal to people with new trends, a fresh look or more.
Lego was founded in Billund, Denmark by Ole Kirk Kristiansen who created stepladders, ironing boards, stools and a range of wooden toys.
The word “Lego” is an abbreviation of the words, “leg godt” which means “play well.”
The first Legos were “Automatic Building Bricks” at first before they became more widely used as Lego. In 1953, a total of three logos were used and only from 1973 it has been mostly the same with it’s bubble type and red, yellow and white colours.
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[via Logo Design Love]