Math Antics

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Math Antics is a math website founded 2008 when Rob and Jeremy began dabbling in math video production. At the time, Jeremy was involved with homeschooling his children and was having trouble finding math resources that were simple, effective and highly engaging.

1st Logo (April 9, 2011-)


  • Opening: On a white background with black square strips is the word "math" appearing letter by letter. Then, the word "Antic" bounces on top of the word "math". The letter "S" happens to crash into an off-screen wall, and it jumps to the right to form "Antics".
  • Closing: At the end of the videos is the Math Antics logo on top, with in blue at the bottom right during the transition.

Technique: 2D computer animation; none for the closing.


  • Opening: A pop-up occurs when the word “math” appears, followed by a boing sound and a running boing, a tire screech sound, and a thud. Finally, there is a landing thud, a techno theme, and a slide whistle when the logo departs. Concluding with a laser sound after the title sequence.
  • Closing: A four-drum beat concludes with a hi-hat sound, and Rob says "To see more free math videos, visit us online at" or "Learn more at".

Availability: Seen on all of his videos, starting with his oldest, "Math Antics-Convert Any Fraction to a Decimal".

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