Koninck Studios

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (June 1981)

Visuals: On a black background, a thin outline of an upside down triangle is shown containing the stacked text "A KONINCK STUDIOS FILM FOR THE" in white. In between "KONINCK STUDIOS FILM" and "FOR THE" is "koninck" in a stylized, cursive font with each letter spaced out from one another. The two "k"'s are big and stand next to the text sitting on top of the rest of the letters in "koninck". On the bottom of the triangle, two copies of the "k"'s are next to each other and on stop of a horizontal white bar.

Technique: A still, printed image.

Audio: None or the ending theme of the film.

Availability: Only seen on Punch & Judy: Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy.

2nd Logo (1987-January 10, 1997)

Visuals: This is an in-credit logo consisting of the company name in a retro, fancy font. To the left of the first "K" is a curve formed from said letter's center bar and bottom left leg. The "c" and last "K" are connected to each other.

Variant: An inverted version exists.

Technique: A still, computerized graphic.

Audio: None or the ending theme of the film.

Availability: Its first appearance was on Doodlin' Impressions of Len Lye and was later seen on Butcher's Hook, Secret Joy of Fallen Angels, and Robinson in Space. Several of their films from this period used in-credit text instead of this logo.

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