Moskovskiy Stil'

From Audiovisual Identity Database


Moskovskiy Stil' ("Московский стиль", "Moscow Style") was a production center based in Odessa, Ukraine.

1st logo (September 5, 1991-August 22, 1992)

Logo: On a black background, "ПРЕДСТАВЛЯЕТ" is zooming in while being between the trails. Later on, the trails reveal themselves to be a part of the blue "МОСКОВСКИЙ СТИЛЬ" text. The trails disappear.

Technique: Primitive CGI.

Music/Sounds: A synth fanfare.

Availability: Seen on episodes of Maski-Show of the period.

2nd logo (August 29, 1992-November 28, 1996)

Logo: On a dark blue background with a yellow-orange aura, while a silver symbol that resembles "2A" or "2D" appears and rotates into its position. "МОСКОВСКИЙ СТИЛЬ" appears below the symbol, and the background fades into black.

Variant: In 1995, the logo was reanimated: the ® symbol has been added to the symbol (which is also redrawn a bit), and the symbol along with the text are now cyan. Also, the aura was removed.

Technique: CGI animation which is an improvement over the first logo.


  • 1992-1995: none.
  • 1995-1996: a 17-note guitar/synth fanfare.
  • 1996: a theme of 4 synth notes.

Music/Sounds Variant: On Gentleman Show (Джентльмен-шоу), the opening theme is used.

Availability: Seen on episodes of Maski-Show and Gentleman Show of the period.

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