Bright-San Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This is the vanity plate of Kevin S. Bright, who had previously ran Bright-Kauffman-Crane Productions with Marta Kauffman and David Crane.

Logo (September 9, 2004-March 7, 2006)

Visuals: On a black background with a white floor, there is a black robot with red feet, a red string on its head, a white glass chest, and a light blue square below that with vertical red lines on it. The logo zooms in on the robot's chest to reveal that on it is some odd black designs with three squares in the top right corner that make up a reversed "L": the topmost square is lime green, the square on the left tip of the "L" is brown, and the third square is orange. There is also a purple square in the middle of the left of the chest, and a blue square in the bottom-right corner. Near the bottom of the screen, and overlapping with the purple square, is the text "BRIGHT-SAN PRODUCTIONS" in an odd font.

Variant: Sometimes, the logo is brighter.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: The end theme of the show with a Japanese man yelling, "Bright-San, are you still there?" wildly.

Availability: Appears on the Friends spin-off Joey on NBC.

Kevin Bright Productions
Bright-San Productions
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