Inspiration – Omation Logo Facts, Meaning, History & PNG

Omation Logo

Omation logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • It debuted with the feature film Barnyard.
  • Meaning and history Despite all the modifications the Omation logo, as well as the logo of its parent company, has gone through, it has always preserved one characteristic feature – a prominent glyph “O.” 1997 (first version) To better understand the visual brand identity of Omation Animation Studios, we should look at the logo of its parent company, O Entertainment.
  • To begin with, you can take a look at the short-lived version with a perfectly “serious” (and generic) “O” dominating the word “entertainment” in capital letters with serifs.
  • 1997 (second version) The films Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Barnyard feature a more playful modification.
  • The “O” gets a more unusual shape, while the word “entertainment” is now set in the lowercase letters.
  • The violet, the gradient, and the golden highlights add a 3D effect.
  • The type is now lighter and has more breathing space.
  • Once again, there is a prominent “O” having an unusual shape.
  • The bright yellow letter represents a mouth open wide (as if it is crying “O-o-h-h”).
  • The mouth has hands and legs.
  • The writing “mation” features a highly creative type with multiple details, spots, thorns, etc.
  • 2010 – now The final episodes of Back at the Barnyard and Planet Sheen showcase a 3D version.
  • Here, the “O” adopts gradient, shades, and highlights, due to which it resembles baked goods.
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