Princess Pictures

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Princess Pictures is an Australian film and television production company established by Laura Waters in 2003.

1st Logo (25 August 2004-22 April 2005)

Logo: Inside a white box, a stylised medium velvet red crown with black coloured platings is next to two curls. Underneath them is the company name in Arial with "princess" stacked over "pictures".

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the programme.

Availability: Only seen on Eagle and Evans.

2nd Logo (27 July 2005-)

Logo: An in-credit logo, the logo from before is slightly altered: it is now in 3D, "pictures" is in white, the are curls removed, the crown, now thicker, is moved to the bottom right, and a reflection of the logo is shown underneath.


  • An early variant consists of a flat version of the logo and the crown resembling its previous design.
    • On 8MMM Aboriginal Radio, the variant has no reflection.
  • On How to Stay Married, the logo is flat.
  • On Open Slather, the logo is brighter and has no reflection.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the programme.

Availability: Fairly common. The early version can be seen on We Can Be Heroes, which is also the logo's first appearance. This logo would later appear on Summer Heights High, Jonah from Tonga, Ja'mie Private School Girl, among others.

3rd Logo (6 May 2010-8 October 2015)

Logo: On a black-dark purple gradient background, a 3D and shinier version of the previous logo is shown slowly zooming in. A difference between this and the previous logo is that "pictures" is grey. The crown is also slowly spinning to the left.

Variant: An in-credit version exists.

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the film.

Availability: The on-screen logo was only seen on I Love You Too. The in-credit variant can be seen on Angry Boys and The Graceland Happiness Project.

4th Logo (9 October 2018-)

Logo: On a dimly lit white background, a hot pink crown with eight platings is slowly spinning on the bottom right. While the camera zooms in, "princes pictures" slide in from the top and left respectively.

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of the series.

Availability: Seen on Superwog.

5th Logo (9 January 2023-)

Logo: On a pink sunset background, we see a grey castle with three towers, each containing a purple flag on top. It is surrounded by many hills covered with pink flowers, with bushes and snow-capped mountains in the background along with a tree and shrubs on the left side of the screen. Also seen are some slightly smiling bees in the foreground. Then, a red-headed princess with pink lips and a lavender dress, holding a magic yellow star wand, quickly runs to the hill closest to the camera and flicks the wand to create the company name in bright yellow, with a crown atop the first "P".

Technique: 2D animation by Michael Cusack.

Music/Sounds: A descending whistle sound and a high voice saying the company name accompanied by a magical sting sound.

Availability: Brand new. Seen on Koala Man on Hulu (Disney+ internationally) and YOLO starting with season 2 on Adult Swim.

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