Did you know? The famous logo "His Master's' Voice" was created by artist Francis Barraud. The painting depicts a terrier named Nipper, who originally belonged to Barraud's brother Mark. After Mark Barraud died, Nipper, was left to Francis, along with a cylinder phonograph and a series of recordings of Mark's voice.
Francis noted how Nipper was often inquisitively cocking his head upon hearing the recorded voice of his late master emanating from the horn. Intrigued, he decided to make a painting of the scene. His painting became popular and today it remains one of the world's most loved and recognized trademarks.