Lolo Worldwide Industries

Background: Lolo Worldwide Industries is an French very famous company that was created in 1997 by Lolo Productions' founder, that we call Lolo (no one knows his family name or his first name). The company holds Lolo Productions, Lolo Animation, Lolo Imageworks and LVX, a sound system used in all their VHS and DVD since 1997.

1st Logo
(1997-2000)


Nickname(s):"Lolo Worldwide Industries Disclaimer"

Logo: On a white (or black background), we see an black (or white) text reading:
Produced by
Lolo
Worldwide
Industries

FX/SFX: None. It's a still logo.

Music/Sounds: Sometimes, there is Lolo saying "Vous venez de regarder une présentation de Lolo Worldwide Industries." (Or "You've just watched an Lolo Worldwide Industries Presentation" in English.) But it's usually silent.

Availability: Common for the silent variant, but you'll have more difficulties to find the announcer variant of the logo if you're not french.

Scare Factor: None for the normal variant. Low for the announcer variant.

2nd Logo
(2000-present)


Nickname(s):"Lolo Worldwide Industries Globe", "The Lynx/Bobcat Country".

Logo: On a light blue background, we see a white wisp, then another one appears when the first wisp turns into a round light shape. Afterwards, the first wisps quickly turns two times, the light circle became an medal with a lynx (or bobcat if you're from the US) who is named Woodvixen Bouncyfur, the mascot of Lolo Productions, refering to their logo. To finish. the medal's outline is now made of brown leather, the interior of the medal is of fabric, the ground is made of floor tiles and then, we see some luggages appearing below the medal, another group of luggages appearing from the right side, , and finally, the scenery turns into a airport.

Variant:There's an variant of the logo. At the end, the scenery isn't an airport, but a place where there is the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, the Millenium Wheel, the Golden Gate Bridge, and more historical monuments like this. And the medal's outline is now made of silver and the interior of the medal look likes a globe and is not on luggages but on a silver thing.

FX/SFX: Everything in the logo is in beautiful CGI...

Cheesy Factor: ...Except for the luggages (or monuments) appearance. They slides from the right side or below the logo. Yeah, yeah, I know, you'll say that it's magic, because of the wisps at the beggining, but I'm sorry, that doesn't excuse how the luggages appears on the screen ! They look likes PNG files that they putted at the last moment !

Music/Sounds: The wisps flying, the appearance of the medal, the luggages appearing (or the historical monuments appearing on the variant). Sometimes, there is the same announcer from the first logo reading the same text as before.

Availability: Ultra-common. You'll find it everywhere. But, once again, you'll have more difficulties to find the announcer variants of the logo if you're not french.

Scare Factor: Low to high. It depend of what you think about the wisps or how the luggages or the historical monuments appears on the screen. However, it's a good effort.

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