The distinctively pyramidal Paramount mountain has
been the company's logo since its inception and is the
oldest surviving Hollywood film logo
The logo originally had twenty-four stars, as a tribute to
the then current system of contracts for actors
The surrounding mountain range and the sun shining in
That boy On the moon is Hunt's son,
William. (Hunt’s the person who painted
this image ) . This logo also consists of
creativity, we can see this because of
the unnatural setting of a boy on the
The company motto "Ars Gratia Artis" means
"Art for Art's Sake.“ Lion in the images is called
"Leo The Lion.“
The Gold plated outer frame represents
wealth and royalty whilst the lion itself shows
power and dominance.
This logo represents power because of the low angle
shot of the “20th Century Fox” logo and because it’s
gold this also shows wealth.
The studio's logo is Columbia, the female
personification of America. She also is known
for similar posture of the statue of Liberty.
Showing power of the light, freedom and
power from standing on the top.