20th Century Fox Logo
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, famously known as 20th Century Fox, is perhaps the best known American film corporation. Instituted in 1935 following the merger of Twentieth Century Pictures and Fox Film Corporation, it is a subsidiary of News Corporation. The studio has its corporate headquarters in the Century City, Los Angeles.
DESIGN ELEMENTS, HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF THE 20th CENTURY FOX LOGO
Shape and Colors of 20th Century Fox Logo
The 20th Century Fox logo is a remarkable example of a historical entertainment logo which has gained an iconic status in the history of graphic design and advertising. The original emblem of the studio was created by Emil Kosa, Jr. in 1935. It is seen as a prime example of an Art Deco-influenced design.
The 20th Century Fox logo has underwent several modifications throughout the years. A few notable ones were executed by Rocky Longo in 1953 and 1981 and by Kevin Burns in 1994. A commemorative logo was also designed for the James Cameron’s blockbuster film Avatar in 2009.
The most frequent color scheme in the 20th Century Fox logo features golden yellow and blue colors.