From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This company was created by stand-up comedian Denis Leary in New York City.

1st Logo (March 14, 2001-September 7, 2011)

Visuals: There is live-action footage of the George Washington Bridge in New York City, and the sky gets darker, the lights get brighter, and the background starts to be covered with a black rectangle until you can only see the bridge and all the lights. The sky going from bright to dark is sped up. As this happens we see the words "A P O S T L E" zoom fade out.

Variant: There is a longer version.

Technique: Time lapse footage mixed with computer animation.

Audio: A quiet, fast drum beat with a low-pitched owl-like sound inbetween, sometimes longer.

Availability: Seen on The Job, Rescue Me, and Canterbury's Law. Also seen on the failed pilot of Fort Pit.

2nd Logo (May 3, 2013-September 1, 2016)

Visuals: There is the same part of New York at night from the previous logo, but at a different point of nighttime. the city and the video is sped up because of all the vehicles going by. The words "A P O S T L E" are still.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: An electric guitar note.

Availability: Seen on Maron, Sirens, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, and Benders.

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