Feigco Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This is the production company of writer/director Paul Feig.

Logo (April 14, 2015-)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a painting of a woman in a pink dress with a pair of lawn clippers in her hands and with animal-shaped topiaries behind her. A lone leaf sits in front of the woman. The painting is enclosed in a white box with the stacked words "FEIGCO ENTERTAINMENT" underneath. The woman then snips the leaf off as it falls out of the frame.

Trivia: The painting in the logo is "Clandestine Persuasion" by Danny Galieote.


  • An extended version exists, where it first zooms out from the hands and then settles in its usual position. The animation then proceeds as normal.
  • A still version exists.
  • There is a version of this logo where it appears on a white background.
  • It sometimes shares the screen with other logos.
  • On Someone Great, the company name is absent.
  • On The School for Good and Evil, the name reads "F. CO ENTERTAINMENT".

Technique: 2D computer animation. None for the still version.

Audio: Either a snip sound, none or the theme from any given soundtrack.

Availability: Seen on Other Space, The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale, Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, and Zoey's Extraordinary Christmas. The extended version appears on films from the company starting with A Simple Favor.
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