The famous thumbs-up house at Facebook headquarters has been replaced by Meta
Facebook just announced that it will change the company name to Meta. This new name is accompanied by a new logo, a blue M, which looks a bit like a pretzel, and now this logo has replaced the company’s iconic thumb-like Like icon on the Menlo Park’s global headquarters card.
The following picture shows the scene before changing the Logo:
A tweet on Wednesday night filmed the artists drawing the new logo.
The new logo represents how much the company is trying to make in its transition to Meta. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) said in a blog post: “I have studied classics, and the word’meta’ comes from the Greek word meaning’beyond’. For me, it It symbolizes that there is always more to build, and there is always a next chapter in the story.” The company also introduced the new brand in great detail on a dedicated website.
Facebook’s campus once belonged to Sun Microsystems, which flipped the old Sun logo when it moved in. Although the company has switched from the Like icon to the Meta icon, the old Sun logo is still there.