From Henry II to Richard I the football teams would have had one lion on their shirt. Ok, not really because football wasn't so organised in those days. Only Richard I decided on two lions and later three lions as the symbol of England. Two lions were the symbol of the Dukes of Normandy-all latter monarchs become in effect the Duke of Normandy. It is unclear why another lion was added.
The Robert Clack School logo represents two lions; respecting the lions in the English History. Also swords; they represent our respect towards our country :)
England is called three lions, as its footballers and cricketers have a logo of three lions on their white shirts.
The intertwined circles of the Olympic logo represent the five continents of the world.
The red flag with three golden lions comes from the English coat of arms (seen in the first and fourth quarters of the United Kingdom's coat of arms). They are three lions passant guardant, in heraldic terms. After the Norman conquest of England in 1006, the arms of the House of Normandy were used for England, they consisted of two golden lions on a red field. King Henry II of the House of Plantagenet used, in 1158, the first known arms of an English monarch: one golden lion rampant on a red field (very much a reversal of the current Scottish standard and coat of arms. King Richard I (often referred to as Richard the Lionheart), Henry's son, decided to use his personal arms for England: two golden lions rampant on a red field, however by the end of his life he was using three lions passant on a red field--the current English arms. The origin of the third lion is unclear, some say it was to represent the Anglo-Norman empire, other say it was to represent the single leopard of Aquitaine, and other still maintain that there was no fixed number and three was eventually just settled on. These arms would be used relatively constantly to represent England, often including other arms to represent other territories, such as the French arms to represent the claim of the English monarch to the French crown. The lions and the term lions can still be seen today in an assortment of places other than the United Kingdom coat of arms. It is also used in the arms and royal standard (flag of the monarch) in many Commonwealth nations. It is seen in the logos for the English national football team (where "Three Lions" is also the nickname), the national cricket team, and the Great Britain rugby league team. It's also the nickname of said Great Britain team and also the English rugby league team. It is not, however, used as a logo or nickname for the English rugby union team where a red rose is used.
The three violets represent the three Marist values of: simplicity, humility and modesty
The logo represents a camera.
One logo that has a black footprint is the British Columbia Lions. The British Columbia Lions is at professional football team in Canada.
The British Columbia Lions has a black paw print logo.
The committee chose a logo that would accurately represent their brand.
a logo is a picture or a symbol used to represent something
The logo is to represent the city of Philadelphia,Pennsylvania
the g8 summit logo represents my bum
The Steeler logo, which shows a circle and three stars, represents the big steel working factories and companies within the city of Pittsburgh. The colors are from one of the industries in the city.
The USB logo was made to represent Neptune's Trident. The different shapes on the end of it are made to represent the different kinds of devices that can be attached to it.
The shield represents that the DepEd school cares about the development of their students. The two sea lions represent leadership & excellence. The open book with torch represents their mission for knowledge and the practice of values and skills that is taught.
The yellow color on the MasterCard logo represents prosperity and wealth. The bright red color on the logo represent vitality. Both are meant to show how loyal the company is towards it's customers.
The Olympic logo has 5 rings which represent each continent.
Because an apple is the perfect logo to represent a company named Apple.