Envision Media Arts

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Envision Media Arts (abbreviated as EMA) is an American film production company founded in 2002 by Lee Nelson, in the city of Los Angeles.

1st Logo (August 3, 2012-January 17, 2014, October 2-November 20, 2020)

Visuals: On a black background, a red vertical line draws in on the right side, along with 3 horizontal lines drawing at the end of the line, forming a stylized letter "E". A white light appears behind the "E", and fills out the black background, as the 3D text "nvision" appears from the right and places itself beside the "E", which also shines. Shortly after, "media arts" wipes in from left-to-right below the bottom-right portion of the "Envision". Lastly, a stylized lightbulb abruptly appears and replaces the "o" in the "Envision". It all fades out alltogether.

Variant: On Freezer, the lightbulb part was omitted.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A bunch of twinkling sounds at the first part, which is followed by a few whooshes as the light engulfs the black screen and the "nvision" flies in, ending with a metallic spring sound.

Audio Variant: It could also use the film's opening theme.

Availability: It has appeared on most of their films, including Chained, Freezer, Death of Me, and among other films.

2nd Logo (September 16, 2016-October 13, 2017)

Visuals: A lit-up lightbulb is seen swinging inside a dark room. The lightbulb then swings towards the viewer, which causes it to shatter in multiple pieces, revealing a red background with "EMA" slowly zooming outwards from the viewer.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Eerie ambience noises along with the sound of the lightbulb shattering.

Audio Variant: On Blood Money, the film's opening score was used.

Availability: It was only known to appear on Mr. Church and Blood Money.

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