Note: This is the full logo history for Klasky Csupo. For the other page, see Klasky Csupo.
As we all know, Klasky Csupo was an animation studio found in 1982 by then husband-and-wife Arlene Klasky and Gabor Csupo. The studio is most well-known for having turned up several carttons for Nickelodeon for the 90s and 2000s, such as Rugrats, Rocket Power, and The Wild Thornberries, to name a few. Their logo collection is...to say the least...ZANY AS ALL HELL. Most of the people will know what is this page talking about.
Logo 1: Dancing Grafitti (1989-1998, 2001-2003) Edit
On a white background with shapes that change frequently, the camera pans past a lot of box outlines. Each box has a drawing of an object that turns into a letter. Here they are:
|1||Blue cubic shapes forming a green K in Arial Bold Font, which isn't centered.|
|2||A dark blue hat that stretches into a boot, which then turns into an L in a Baskerville-like font that is centered correctly.|
|3||An orange pattern that shrinks into a choppy, lowercase A in a Glass Houses font that is positioned in the upper right corner of the box.|
|4||A light blue cone with rings surrounding it that turns into a crayon|