Blue Zoo Animation Studio

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Blue Zoo Animation Studio is an animation studio founded by Oli Hyatt, Adam Shaw, and Tom Box in 2000. They produce numerous children's TV shows, commercials, and short films with their most well-known programs including Alphablocks, Numberblocks, and It's Pony, and the least well-known being Q Pootle 5, Miffy's Adventures Big and Small, and Digby Dragon.

1st Logo (May 2005-2013)

Visuals: On a bright cloud-like background, a blue outline of a stylized animal with a snout with "blue-zoo animation studio is seen falling to the surface and floating on it.


  • On Those Scurvy Rascals, the logo is seen on a mostly blank treasure map with "A blue-zoo Production" underneath the logo.
    • Some episodes of said show may have the logo smaller to accommodate the show's logo as well as Entara's.
  • On Stitch Up Showdown, "animation studio" is excluded and the logo appear side-by-side with the Nickelodeon logo.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: None for the animated version. The ending theme of the show for the in-credit variants.

Availability: The in-credit variant can be seen on Those Scurvy Rascals, Stitch Up Showdown, and Olive the Ostrich. The animated variant appears on DVD releases of Tree Fu Tom.

2nd Logo (July 29, 2013-)

Visuals: On a white background, there is a stylized text that reads "bluezoo".


  • An early version was seen on Q Pootle 5 where "ANIMATED BY" and "ANIMATION STUDIO" is seen over and underneath the Blue Zoo logo respectively. The logo and the text are also white.
  • On Miffy's Adventures Big and Small, the logo is dark blue.
  • On Digby Dragon, the logo is white. Other times, it's the same as the standard logo.
  • On The Adventures of Paddington, there is a thin line and "animation studio", both of which are in gray, that appears to the right of the logo.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: It can be seen on Q Pootle 5, Miffy's Adventures Big and Small, The Adventures of Paddington, Digby Dragon, Alphablocks, Numberblocks, It's Pony (first to use the main variant), and most recently Colourblocks.

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