We’ve been familiar with these logos since we were kids, but few of us have ever thought about what they might signify.
The Buzz Life has picked out the most interesting stories that reveal how some of Hollywood’s most famous movie studios created their logos.
1. DreamWorks Pictures
The logo for DreamWorks was originally meant to show a man sitting on the Moon fishing. The artist commissioned to draw it, Robert Hunt, decided to do an additional version with a child instead of a man. This was the one that was chosen in the end. Incidentally, Hunt based his image of the boy in the logo on his son, William, who became a composer and now works in the music industry.