Graphic Design and Corporate Branding

At Made2Create we aim to capture the essence of our clients’ brands just like some of the logos below do, and avoid any future misconceptions (obsession, addiction and death, really Starbucks?).

No two companies are the same, that why no two Made2Create designs are the same; we get to know your business so the work we produce reflects your unique company qualities. Whether your company needs a complete rebranding, a new logo or simply a new business card Made2Create is here to help.

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Visual & Graphic design, corporate branding & identity

We all know them, but did you know the origins of some of the world’s most famous logos?


The Michelin man has a name, Monsieur Bibendum. He’s also a century old, now that’s a logo that’s stood the test of time


The Nike swoosh was designed by Carolyn Davidson in 1971, while she was a student at Portland State University. She was paid $35, we can’t guarantee to come up with a logo for $35, but we do promise not break your bank over it either.

The Red Cross

The Red Cross is known as The Red Crescent in Muslim countries. Its logo also changes from a cross to a crescent. Made2Create make sure that your logo is universally understood.


  1. The apple is a reference from the Bible story of Adam and Eve, where the apple represents the fruit of Tree of Knowledge. (Apple’s slogan back then: “Byte into an Apple”), he designed the logo as such to “prevent the apple from looking like a cherry tomato”.


You must be thinking what is there to find out as it clearly shows the Swiss Alps? Not quite…Toblerone originated in Bern, Switzerland – A city whose name is rumoured to mean, “City of bears”. When you look at it again you will find a bear in the logo


You may not have realized that the woman in their green label with the perky breasts and weird twin-fishtail is a Siren from Greek mythology, representing obsession, addiction and death.

Google Chrome

Need we say more?


One of world’s best motor cars, Mercedes Benz logo speaks for its company’s mission itself. Star in the logo point towards three things. For Mercedes, it symbolizes dominance over land, water and air. What do you want your logo to say about your company?


The logo has an arrow pointing from A to Z. This signifies that they sell everything from A to Z. The arrow also forms a smile.


The idea of ‘arches’ was first introduced by Dick and Mac McDonald as arch shaped signs on the sides of their then ‘walk-up hamburger stand’. From an angle, those arches looked like the letter “M” and thus, were incorporated in the McDonalds logo as a merger of the two golden arches together.


The simple logo icon contains the letters V and W: “volks” means “people” and “wagen” means “car”.


The BMW medallion represents a propeller of a plane in motion, and the blue represents the sky. This is because BMW built engines for the German military planes in World War II.