Devastudios Creates Paramount 100th Anniversary Logo

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New Logo Premieres With “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol”

Leading entertainment motion graphics firm Devastudios has created the new animated 100th Anniversary logo for Paramount Pictures, it was announced today by Devastudios President and Creative Director John Berlin. Produced stereoscopically at a resolution of 4k, the new logo premieres in theaters worldwide with the release of Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.

Devastudios has designed some of the most iconic film titles of the last decade, and has also become known for designing studio logos. The current animated logos for Warner Bros., Lionsgate, Nickelodeon, Sony Pictures Animation, Focus Features and GK Films were created by Devastudios designers. The assignment from Paramount was to re-conceive the classic stars-and-mountain logo with a design that would pay homage to the history of the studio, while also capturing a bold vision of the future.

“We’re proud to have been selected by Paramount to redesign one of the most recognized corporate trademarks in the world,” Berlin said. “Our design and production teams have been working around the clock for several months to create this stereoscopic logo that captures the essence of the venerated Paramount brand. We couldn’t be more excited to be part of the studio’s history with a logo which will be on screens for years to come.”

About Devastudios

Founded in 2001, Devastudios is a leading entertainment design firm specializing in motion graphics for film, broadcast and video game advertising. The company’s clients include Universal, Warner Bros., Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Lionsgate and Nickelodeon. Recent design projects include Adventures of TinTin, Fast 5, Hugo Cabret, Kung Fu Panda II, Puss In Boots, The Expendables, The Last Airbender and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. An early adopter of stereoscopic technology, Devastudios is the design firm of choice for advertisers working in this exciting medium. For more information, please visit


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