Some logos are iconic. Others fade into obscurity like boy bands or teen stars from the 1990s.
Imagine walking around Harrod’s in London, navigating the prestigious store’s aisles and examining its products in fine detail; picking up that diamond ring you’ve been admiring and looking at the fine cut of the stone, agonising over whether or not you should go to the checkout counter with it, all from the comfort of your home.
Phones used to be just that - phones. Before the advent of cellular, and later, smartphone technology, if you needed to get in touch when you were away from your desk or home, you would have to find a phone booth or ask someone nicely if you could borrow their phone to make an important call.