Indian Paintbrush

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Captures by
SubparMario63

Video captures courtesy of
ifrequire

Background

This is Steven Rales' production company. Although it formed in 2007, it did not use a logo until 2009.

(October 14, 2009-)

Logo: We see a rainbow gradient surface appearing, which later reveals itself to be a paint stroke brushing itself in on a white background. A flock of geese flies out of the streak, before the camera pulls back and the text "INDIAN PAINTBRUSH", also in the paint stroke's colors, fades in below.

Technique: Computer animation. It is possible, though unconfirmed, that someone named Jamie Anderson was involved in production, as they uploaded the logo to YouTube on a channel that resembles a design portfolio.

Music/Sounds: A peaceful fanfare, or none.

Availability: Uncommon. It first appeared on Fantastic Mr. Fox, and appeared on every film from the company ever since.

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