Regular Show Logo

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The simple and unpretentious Regular Show logo demonstrates the simplicity and unpretentiousness of the characters: their character, drawing style, attitude, lifestyle, and other nuances. At the same time, it hints at the humorous nature of the animated show and the unseriousness of what’s happening. The sign conveys: people appreciate the humor in all its forms!

Regular Show: Brand overview

Founded:September 6, 2010 – January 16, 2017
Founder:J. G. Quintel
United States
Regular Show is an American franchise based on an animated sitcom created by J.G. Quintel and broadcasted by Cartoon Network. Besides the multi-episode comedy, which has eight seasons (running from 2010 to 2017), it also includes themed video games, comics, a movie, plush toys, action figures, a card game, and clothing. The creator of the TV series personally did its voice-over. He’s also a writer, animator, and the creator of most of the characters (developed during his time at the California Institute of the Arts).

Meaning and History

Regular Show Logo History

Critics have called this show crazy but fun. It exhibits quirkiness, absurdity, vivacity, freshness, unusual humor, cheekiness, and even stupidity. All of this is excellently depicted in the individual logo of the animated comedy, emphasizing several characteristics at once. Like the sitcom, it proves that any little incident can become a reason for both a great adventure and immense joy. In general, the emblem’s style is shocking but cute, with an individual note of humor. Even though time passed (the series ended in 2017), it still looks interesting and relevant, just like the cartoon itself.

What is a Regular Show?

Regular Show is a creative franchise based on an American sitcom featuring eight seasons and 261 episodes. The animated comedy inspired the creation of video games, a movie, a card game, comics, and two types of children’s toys (plush and in a set). The cartoon was produced by J. G. Quintel and broadcasted on Cartoon Network from 2010 to 2017.

2010 – 2017

Regular Show Logo

To stand out among numerous similar projects, J. G. Quintel chose an unconventional visual identity style for his show. In particular, he decided to focus on the key feature of the cartoon – its zaniness. Designers implemented this in the form of:

  • Wavy letter edges, making them appear trembling, even somewhat whimsical;
  • The blurry inscription, which looks unclear due to mismatched outlines and the absence of a unified boundary;
  • Weightless text, executed with “empty” glyphs, with only thin black lines realistically outlining the boundaries of the characters;
  • The smooth inscription, as if sliding from top to bottom and from right to left with a gradual (almost imperceptible) enlargement of symbols;
  • Double edge, giving the three-dimensional text expressiveness, as if it is made up of geometric elements.

Overall, the mood conveyed by the Regular Show logo depends on the background where it is located. On a dark space, it exudes ephemerality and cosmic attractiveness; on a light one – carefreeness and ease. All letters are in upper case and have broad outlines.

Font and Colors

Naturally, the typeface chosen for the inscription in this emblem is unique and custom-made for this project. However, there is a font that it visually resembles – bold, with rounded glyphs and a slight tilt. It lends the logo an air of carefreeness and reflects the relaxed spirit of the animated sitcom. This is Ice Cream Party by Xenographer. The logo’s palette is restrained – it’s monochrome to maintain the possibility of adapting to each specific background.

Regular Show color codes

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