Président's logo comprises the brand name surmounted by the heraldic coats of arms of Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Normandy and Brittany, garlanded by a laurel wreath, symbol of distinguished achievement. (Click through for further information)
Italian car-manufacturer's Maserati's trident badge; inspired by the trident attribute held by the Roman god Neptune, as portrayed in Bologna, Italy's, Fontana di Nettuno/Fountain of Neptune, by Giambologna, c.1567; Maserati was founded in Bologna.
Canon. This Japanese company takes its name from the bodhisattva Guanyin ('Kannon' in Japanese). Originally, 'Kwanon' (and later 'Canon', to appeal to the global market) referred to a particular line of cameras; in 1947 the company itself was renamed.
The Amnesty logo 'of a candle wrapped in barbed wire was inspired by the ancient Chinese proverb: “It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness”, reflecting [founder] Peter Benenson’s hope that its work would shine a light in the darkest of places where human rights abuses go unpunished'. (Amnesty International)