St. Louis Science Center

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


St. Louis Science Center is a collection of buildings and systems, including a museum, residing in the southeastern part of Forest Park. It was initially founded as a planetarium in 1963, and is one of the largest complexes in the United States.

Logo (1990s?)

Visuals: Similar to IMAX's trailer from 1978, but when the flash appears, a closeup of the theater's logo (a print version of the planetarium along with "St. Louis Science Center" in blue) appears, performing the same movements and actions from the Graphic Films logo.

Technique: Slitscan animation by Graphic Films.

Audio: Same as the Graphic Films Corporation logo.

Availability: Seen on St. Louis' dome theaters (though heavily unlikely on regular theaters) during IMAX screenings, but only camrips can be found online.

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