Cinema logo design inspiration
Reel in those patrons
While the world of film exhibition has largely gone digital, old-fashioned reels featuring 35mm film still herald a trip to the cinema for many. With their distinctive round shape and vents, celluloid reels make a striking and identifiable image to use in a movie theater logo. Used as the basis for an emblem logo or incorporated into a design in typography to substitute for the letter O, they spell out the origins of the film industry and create a moving image.
Stars make movies shine
The old Hollywood studio system developed the concept of film stars in the earliest days of cinema when audiences were intrigued by those they saw on screen. As a result, stars have a long history as symbols within the film industry, with several of the largest movie studios having logos that feature them. Light up your cinema logo with a gold star for design by incorporating some stellar images into it, and you could be inducted into the logo hall of fame.